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Changing stages a view of British and American theatre in the twentieth century

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  • "This volume presents a passionately argued account of the history of the British theatre that spans the 20th century. It explores questions of the purpose and relevance of the theatre in a world dominated by electronic media."
  • "A tour of the British and American stage covers the gamut, from "Pygmalion" to "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf" and "Copenhagen," in an illustrated volume that cronicles the history of the twentieth-century theater on both sides of the Atlantic."

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