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Broadway Theatre

By Andrew Harris

Routledge – 1994 – 208 pages

Series: Theatre Production Studies

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    978-0-415-10520-0
    January 6th 1994

Description

'Broadway' has been the stuff of theatrical legends for generations. In this fascinating and affectionate account of a unique theatrical phenomenon, Andrew Harris takes an intriguing look at both the reality and the myth behind the heart and soul of American Drama

Broadway Theatre explores:

* the aims and achievements of such major figures as Tennessee Williams, Eugene O'Neill and David Mamet

* the processes a play goes through from preliminary draft to opening night

* the careful balancing between aesthetic ideals and commercial considerations

* the place of producers, reviewers, agents and managers and their contribution to the process

* the relationship between acting styles and writing syles for Broadway plays

Name: Broadway Theatre (Paperback)Routledge 
Description: By Andrew Harris. 'Broadway' has been the stuff of theatrical legends for generations. In this fascinating and affectionate account of a unique theatrical phenomenon, Andrew Harris takes an intriguing look at both the reality and the myth behind the...
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