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Contemporary Afro–American theatre is an exciting spectacle of an emerging black identity during a period when blacks have come to the forefront of political activity in the United States. Geneviève Fabre brings us the vast and rich production of black drama since 1945, placing it in…read more

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In 1988, for the first time in history, women dramatists gathered from around the world to discuss their profession, their craft as playwrights, their situation as women in theater and in the larger society, their insights into past and current social and political realities, and their dreams and…read more

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Eugene O'Neill's most exciting experiments with stage direction and design took place in his plays produced between 1920 and 1934-from Beyond the Horizon to Days Without End. The impact of these experiments on the American theater was enormous, and in this book Ronald H. Wainscott critically…read more

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Material pertaining to political influences on the American theatre remains largely unstudied and in need of systematic scholarly investigation. This bibliography assists and promotes research on how the theatre was used to teach, persuade, and proselytize for propagandistic and political ends.…read more

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Although numerous books and articles discuss the interrelationships between Spanish and French theatre for such periods as the Golden Age and Romanticism, few scholarly studies explore the contemporary period. The cultural interchange between the stages of Spain and France has never totally…read more

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This reading of Bernard Shaw focuses on his habit of seeing the world in terms of contraries, a habit related to a basic element in Shaw's view of life: his rejection of absolutes, his distaste for finality. The author examines nine of Shaw's finest plays. In each he finds variations on one…read more

Medea

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April 30, 1999

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In this authoritative and long-established edition of the play, Page guides the reader, both student and scholar, through this difficult text by means of a detailed commentary.read more