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The Theory of the Theatre by Clayton Hamilton

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The Theory of the Theatre
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Publisher: H. Holt and company
ISBN/ASIN: B004G3X0H2
Number of pages: 278

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Contents: The New Art of Making Plays. The Pictorial Stage. The Decorative Drama. The Drama of Illusion. The Modern Art of Stage Direction. A Plea for a New Type of Play. The Period of Pragmatism. The Undramatic Drama. The Value of Stage Conventions. The Supernatural Drama. The Irish National Theatre. The Personality of the Playwright. etc.

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