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2010 Theatre and Performance Catalog Now Available Online!

Browse all the latest and bestselling books in Theatre and Performance in our 2010 online catalog.

As a part of our effort to go green, Routledge is pleased to offer you our latest Theatre and Performance catalog online!

Learn more about our latest books in:

  • Actor Training
  • Directing
  • Theatre Design
  • Dance
  • Theatre History
  • Performance Studies
  • And much more…

If you’d prefer to have a hardcopy sent to you, please contact us.

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