The American Theatre Reader
Paperback, 615 pages ISBN: 9781559363464Publication Date:
1 Jul 2010
Size: 226mm x 152mm£24.99

The American Theatre Reader

Edited by Staff of American Theatre magazine

Paperback £24.99

A compendium of the best essays and interviews from twenty-five years of American Theatre magazine.

This one-of-a-kind collection includes work by more than a hundred artists, critics and theatre professionals. Included here are pieces by critics such as Frank Rich of the New York Times and Eric Bentley, the revered author of The Life of the Drama; commentaries from leading playwrights including Tony Kushner, Wallace Shawn and Suzan Lori-Parks; and the thoughts of directors such as Hal Prince (West Side Story, Phantom of the Opera, Sweeney Todd) and Des McAnuff (Jersey Boys).

The result is a unique insiders’ view of modern American theatre and an intimate look at the people, plays and events that have shaped it over the past twenty-five years. Capturing their wide-ranging stories in a single compelling volume, The American Theatre Reader is an essential purchase for theatre professionals and theatregoers alike.

Paperback, 615 pages ISBN: 9781559363464Publication Date:
1 Jul 2010
Size: 226mm x 152mm£24.99
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