2 edition of Introducing Theatre found in the catalog.
Joy H. Reilly
April 1, 2000
by Thomson Learning
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||294|
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Color photos throughout; many in-depth notes essential to theatre history included. -- Midwest Book ReviewCited by: Theatrical Worlds covers the necessary material that can be found in comparable introduction to theatre textbooks. Having used a variety of texts before in Intro courses, Theatrical Worlds addresses key terms and ideas, provides appropriate historical context, and /5(20).
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Described by Benedict Cumberbatch as "a brilliant introduction to theatre", this fascinating book by the National Theatre shows how plays like War Horse and many others are made.
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