Thinking about the Playwrightby Eric Bentley
A book in seven parts: About leading dramatists: About the art of acting modern theories thereof: the pros and cons of political theater, John Wayne, Bertolt Brecht; when political theater goes wrong or simply fails to measure up; Tributes to three great theater people; Problems, problems; How should the great Spanish playwrights Lope, Calderon be interpreted? What is theater anyway? Thoughts at different seasons wand with different emphases. What should the twenty-year-old playwright do? Is theater a form of group therapy? Does theater have a future? What is the essence of its past and present?
- Northwestern University Press
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