British Avant-Garde Theatre by C. Warden

By C. Warden

This booklet explores an under-researched physique of labor from the early a long time of the 20 th century, connecting performs, performances and practitioners jointly in dynamic dialogues. relocating throughout nationwide, generational and social borders, the e-book reads experiments in Britain in this interval along theatrical recommendations overseas.

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