Plays from the contemporary American theater
New American Library, Jun 7, 1988 - Drama - 480 pages
The eight outstanding plays in this collection define the significant changes that have occurred in American theater in the past 20 years. And the tremendous diversity of the selections makes this volume unique. Sure to be warmly received by theater goers and drama and theater students.
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