Theater: The Lively Art
Designed for introductory theatre appreciation courses, Theatre: The Lively Art takes students on a fascinating journey through the theatrical elements of theatre today. The second edition retains its engaging audience-centred approach and now covers the sigificance of the audience's role earlier in the text.
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