C. W. E. Bigsby - Art - 1999 - 440 pages
Christopher Bigsby explores the works and influences of ten contemporary American playwrights: John Guare (House of Blue Leaves), Tina Howe (Museum and Approaching Zanzibar ...
Brenda Murphy - Drama - 1995 - 246 pages
The first critical history of one of American theatre's most famous plays, Death of a Salesman.
Don B. Wilmeth, Tice L. Miller - Drama - 1996 - 463 pages
An encyclopedic guide to all aspects of the American theatre from its earliest history to the present, with over 2,300 cross-referenced entries on people, venues, plays, and ...
Stephen J. Bottoms - Drama - 1998 - 301 pages
This comprehensive analysis traces Sam Shepard's career from his experimental one-act plays of the 1960s to the 1994 play Simpatico. Curse of the Starving Class, Buried Child ...
C. W. E. Bigsby - Drama - 1997 - 277 pages
This Companion provides an introduction to one of the most important playwrights of the twentieth century.
C. W. E. Bigsby - Drama - 1984 - 364 pages
Examines the development of Off-Broadway theater and analyzes the plays of writers including Sam Shepard, Robert Wilson, David Mamet, and Lee Breuer
David Mamet - Drama - 1990 - 216 pages
Five unique short plays for television by one of America’s most celebrated playwrights. A 'Waitress in Yellowstone' (or: 'Always Tell the Truth') is a parable about an honest ...
Lanford Wilson - Drama - 2000 - 105 pages
Acclaimed by Frank Rich as "a writer who illuminates the deepest dramas of American life with poetry and compassion," Lanford Wilson is one of the most esteemed contemporary ...
Howard Korder - Drama - 1989 - 225 pages
The misadventures of three former college buddies now seeking to make their way in the big city -- and with various women of their acquaintance.