American Theatre: A Chronicle of Comedy and Drama, 1969-2000 by Thomas S. Hischak

By Thomas S. Hischak

quantity 4 of the prestigious American Theatre: A Chronicle of Comedy and Drama sequence bargains an intensive, candid, and interesting examine the theater in ny over the last a long time of the 20th century.

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