Ancient and Medieval Theatre: A Historiographical Handbook
"Vince uses written and artifactual evidence of theatre history to explain the nature of its current state. His study of theatre's early forms discloses a wealth of significant facts, and some conjectures, that stimulate understanding and appreciation of the art." Backstage
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