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Plays for the Theatre: A Drama Anthology (1967)

by Oscar G. Brockett

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A nice collection of plays from a variety of time periods and cultures. Each has a brief introduction on background and themes. Not nearly as comprehensive as some collections, say, the Wadsworth, but also much more brief and easy to digest.
  sholt2001 | Jun 30, 2010 |
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Plays for the Theatre is an anthology of plays to be used as readings in the introduction to theatre course or other theatre courses that require a selection of plays.

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Enhance your understanding and appreciation of theatre by going straight to the source-the play scripts! This anthology includes 15 plays that represent a wide historical range as well as the vibrant diversity of contemporary American theatre. An opening essay sets the context for each play, helping you to read with a more informed and analytical eye. The scripts also serve as a foundation that makes discussions of the various types of theatrical experience in your main text more meaningful.… (more)

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