Milly S. Barranger, one of the foremost drama scholars writing today, introduces students to the world of drama through an examination of the elements and styles of dramatic writing. This text is more than just an anthology of plays it is a full-text introduction to writing for the theatre. This new edition represents a thorough revision and expansion of the successful first edition, with the addition of four new chapters and six new plays, expanded representation of minority writers, and completely new chapter-coverage of Farce, The Well-Made Play, Understanding Minimalism and the Absurd, and Understanding Interculturalism. MARKETS: Courses in Introduction to Theatre, Introduction to Drama, and Play Analysis.But she knows how to wake herself up, shea#39;s done it before, she doesna#39;t run away , she must hurl herself at Angela a jump! jump! and shea#39;s ... I can see so far and nothinga#39;s coming. ... serious plays with averted catastrophes became popular with Shakespeare and 204 * CARYL CHURCHILL SCENE TWENTY-ONE Summary.
|Author||:||Milly S. Barranger|
|Publisher||:||Allyn & Bacon - 1994|