The Modern Age
Hulton Educational, 1985 - Drama - 128 pages
Movements in modern drama including : Realism, Naturalism, Symbolism, Expressionism, Constructivism, The Theatre of Cruelty, Epic Theatre, Poetic Drama, The Theatre of the Absurd, the new wave, the Second Wave, Alternative theatre; Scripts included by John Galsworthy, Noel Coward, Alan Ayckbourn and Willy Russell.
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