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The writer and his rose: The relationship of Tennessee Williams' autobiographical artist and fragile female character, and its presence in the life and work of a troubled genius
Creating "West Side Story": An Investigation of the Sociopolitical Backgrounds and Collaborative Relationships of Jerome Robbins, Arthur Laurents, Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim in the Creation of the Original Broadway roduction of "West Side Story"
Phamaly and the DisAbility Project: Models of Theater by Disabled Performers
Spectacular bodies: Nell Gwyn, Elizabeth Barry, and Anne Bracegirdle as symbols of contract, struggle, and subversion in Restoration England, 1660-1707
Labor takes the stage: A musical and social analysis of "Pins and Needles" (1937-1941)
La Guerra dels Segadors en comedias y en panfletos ibericos: Una historia contada a dos voces
A Musical and Cultural Analysis of "Inkle and Yarico" from England to America, 1787--1844
A typical drunkard: The establishment of the alcoholic stereotype on the American stage
Setting the scene: Directorial use of analogy in twentieth-century American Shakespeare productions
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