2 edition of Modern American playwrights, 1918-1945 found in the catalog.
Modern American playwrights, 1918-1945
Joseph Abraham Weingarten
in New York
Written in English
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|LC Control Number||46000486|
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MODERN AMERICAN PLAYWRIGHTS A BIBLIOGRAPHY PART 1-A-LAVERYAuthor: JOSEPH A. WEINGARTEN. Martin Beck Th.: Sept. 25, ^Washington, D.C. (Anderson House) *in (Best Plays of /36 N.Y.
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This is a list of playwrights from the United States. Get this from a library. American dramatists, [Bernard F Dukore] -- was the period when American's first wave of major dramatists came of age.
In this study the author examines some of the most influential playwrights of the period. He explores a whole. American Dramatists t London: Macmillan J Pp.illustrated. £1300; £ (PB). Professor Dukore's latest book, American Dramatistsis a must for anyone interested in theatre in general and in American theatre in : Bettina L.
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(New York: Published by David Longworth, at the Dramatic Repository, Shakspeare-Gallery, ) (page images at HathiTrust). Playwrights drew inspiration from European theater but created plays that were uniquely and enduringly American.
Eugene O’Neill was the foremost American playwright of the period. His Long Day’s Journey into Night (written –41, performed ) was the high point of more than 20 years of creativity that began in with Beyond the.
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The second volume of the authoritative, multi-volume Cambridge History of American Theatre, first published inbegins in the post-Civil War period and traces the development of American theatre up to It covers all aspects of theatre from plays and playwrights, through actors and acting, to theatre groups and directors.
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This volume explores the rich and complex histories of English, Scottish and Welsh theatres in the 'long' twentieth century since Twenty-three original essays by leading historians and critics investigate the major aspects of theatrical performance, ranging from the great actor-managers to humble seaside entertainers, from between-wars West End women playwrights to the roots of.In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content.
Contents of Volume XXIX Number I, March The Classical Heritage of Modem Drama: The Case of Postmodem Theatre 1. PATRICE PAYIS > (translated by LOREN KRUGER) Laocoon at the Frontier. or The Limit of Limits 23 DANIEL GEROULD The Reverse View: Greece and Greek Myths in Modem French Theater 41 MARC ELI BLANCHARD .Abstract.
Eugene O’Neill began the creation of a theatrical environment that made possible the career of Maxwell Anderson. Without the earthy dialogue of O’Neill’s Anna Christy Broadway may not have been receptive to the salty phrases of Anderson’s and Laurence Stallings’ What Price Glory (), much of which is comic.
Without O’Neill’s efforts to create tragedy, Anderson’s.