Theatre in Theory is the most complete anthology documenting 20th-century dramatic and performance theory to date, offering a rich variety of perspectives from the century's most prominent playwrights, directors, scholars, and philosophers. Includes major theoretical and critical manifestos, hypotheses, and theories from the field Wide-ranging and broadly constructed, this text has both interdisciplinary and global appeal Includes a thematic index, section introductions, and supporting commentary Helps students, teachers, and practitioners to think critically about the nature of theatre
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Author Biography - David Krasner
David Krasner is Associate Professor of Performing Arts and Head of the Acting Program at Emerson College. He is the coeditor (with Rebecca Schneider) of the University of Michigan Press's Series Theater: Theory/Text/Performance.