Women in American Theatre
Paperback, 600 pages ISBN: 9781559362634Publication Date:
1 Jan 2007
Size: 230mm x 152mm£24.99

Women in American Theatre

Edited by Helen Krich Chinoy and Linda Walsh Jenkins

Paperback £24.99

A valuable collection of interviews and essays that explores and celebrates the complete spectrum of women's contributions to the theatre world in the US.

This revised and expanded third edition of Women in Theatre addresses the diverse participation of women in the field. It covers an enormous range of topics including: actresses; playwrights; non-traditional women's careers; feminist theatres; and female rites such as beauty pageants and Native American performance.

A new section for this edition, 'Shattering the Glass Proscenium', looks at the women whose contributions continue to define the cutting edge of theatre today.

Contributors include Anne Bogart, Pearl Cleage, Paula Vogel, Kristin Linklater, Eve Ensler, Wendy Wasserstein, Maria Irene Fornes, Suzan-Lori Parks, Margaret Edson, Lois Weaver and others.

Paperback,600 pages ISBN: 9781559362634Publication Date:
1 Jan 2007
Size: 230mm x 152mm£24.99
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