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Table of Contents
|WHAT IS THEATRE?|
|Origins. Dramatic Interlude|
|Love. -- Much Ado about Nothing, William Shakespeare (1598). -- M. Butterfly, David Henry Hwang (1988)|
|WHO DOES THEATRE?|
|Storytellers and Stories|
|Actors and Directors. Dramatic Interlude|
|War. -- Arms and the Man, George Bernard Shaw (1894). -- Necessary Targets, Eve Ensler (1995)|
|The Production Team. Dramatic Interlude|
|Generations. -- King Lear, William Shakespeare (1605). -- Roosters, Milcha Scott Sanchez (1987)|
|How Did The atre Evolve?|
|Middle Stages. Dramatic Interlude|
|Rebellion. -- Antigone, Sophocles (441 BCE). -- Master Harold and the Boys, Athol Fugard (1982)|
|How Does The atre Vary?|
|Varieties of Realism|
|Varieties of Stylization. Dramatic Interlude|
|Dreams. -- the Three Sisters, Anton Chekov (1901). -- Bitter Cane, Genny Lim (1989)|
|Where is The atre Now?|
|Criticism and Connections. Dramatic Interlude|
|Values. -- He and She, Rachel Crothers (1910). -- the Piano Lesson, August Wilson (1989)|
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