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The Playwrights' Kaleidoscope
     

The Playwrights' Kaleidoscope

by Wesley L. Crane, Milton Ferreira Verder
 

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Free from the restraints of the structure, convention, and assumptions of realistic drama, these works show us characters with complex proven identities.
Theatre in these works is not a slick metaphor for illusion. A theater is the mirror of role-playing and stereotyping gay men experience everyday. It reflects in complex and multinucleate identities of people

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Free from the restraints of the structure, convention, and assumptions of realistic drama, these works show us characters with complex proven identities.
Theatre in these works is not a slick metaphor for illusion. A theater is the mirror of role-playing and stereotyping gay men experience everyday. It reflects in complex and multinucleate identities of people who have created their affirming persona.

These plays can not solve the problems of heterosexism or AIDS, but it can offer a liberating vision of what it means to be gay. The works and story line is what the playwright wishes to convey on the audience as a whole by helping to cause the audience or reader to be moved with thought provoking means to stir the mind to think about this side of life.

Wesley L. Crane

"WE ARE ARTISTS IN A VERGE OF A

MADCAP WITH ARTS IN GENERAL"

Milton Ferreira Verderi

Any place...two people...one speaks, one listens...This is theatre at its most essential, whither gathered around a campfire to tell stories century ago or gathered around the electric light of the most modern play house, it is theatre is all its form and beauty.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781468580822
Publisher:
AuthorHouse
Publication date:
05/31/2012
Pages:
558
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.24(d)

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