Flash & Crash Days: Brazilian Theater in the Postdictatorship Period
This book deals with the theatre produced in Brazil during the 1980s and 1990s, especially its postmodernist directors, women playwrights and theatre companies, and examines the effects of a return to civilian government from military rule.
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