Awake and Singing: 7 Classic Plays from the American Jewish Repertoire

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Ellen Schiff
Mentor, 1995 - Performing Arts - 636 pages
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This first volume in a two-volume anthology presents the history and evolution of Jewish plays (1920-1960), from the social realism and political concerns of Elmer Rice and Clifford Odets to the urban wit of Neil Simon and Wendy Wasserstein. Many of these plays are unavailable in any other format. (Drama)

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Schiff (From Stereotype to Metaphor: The Jew in Contemporary Drama, SUNY Pr., 1983. o.p.) brings together seven plays that illustrate and pay tribute to the American Jewish theatrical canon. These ... Read full review


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