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The Golden Generation: New Light on Post-War British Theatre (edition 2009)

by Dominic Shellard

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"Spanning the pivotal years from 1945 to 1968, The Golden Generation explores the explosive shifts in perspective and performance right across the board - from radical new-wave drama to 'illegitimate' variety musicals, from West End classics to fringe theatre, from cutting-edge 'story documentaries' to 'made-for-TV' plays. Illustrated with more than 45 evocative sketches, letters and photographs, The Golden Generation paints an enlightening picture of one of the most vibrant periods of British theatre."--BOOK JACKET.… (more)
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Title:The Golden Generation: New Light on Post-War British Theatre
Authors:Dominic Shellard
Info:British Library (2009), Hardcover, 224 pages
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"Spanning the pivotal years from 1945 to 1968, The Golden Generation explores the explosive shifts in perspective and performance right across the board - from radical new-wave drama to 'illegitimate' variety musicals, from West End classics to fringe theatre, from cutting-edge 'story documentaries' to 'made-for-TV' plays. Illustrated with more than 45 evocative sketches, letters and photographs, The Golden Generation paints an enlightening picture of one of the most vibrant periods of British theatre."--BOOK JACKET.

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