Think Outside the Bard

Shipley, Jonathan
April 2008
Stage Directions;Apr2008, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p30
The article focuses on issues concerning the play development in American theatre in the U.S. It mentions that there are organizations across the countries that are trying to eliminate such development in theatres in which a culture war was being waged in the U.S. about play development versus production. It further talks about the issue which tackles how an organization tries to eradicate playwright development in a theatre production.


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