The Theatre Experience, 12th EditionAuthor:
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Pub Date: 2010
Edwin Wilson is the author of The Theatre Experience, 12th Edition, published 2010 under ISBN 9780073382197 and 0073382191. Three hundred fifty three The Theatre Experience, 12th Edition textbooks are available for sale on ValoreBooks.com, one hundred three used from the cheapest price of $13.49, or buy new starting at $57.91. [read more]
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It accurately described the theatre experience and was easy to read.read more
I learned different aspects of theatre and how to enjoy it.
it was my first drama course and i fell in love with threatre because of this book. it was very informative and interesting that i'm looking forward to taking my four children to broadway in NYC this summer.read more
i learned about the different stages, producer and director jobs. how much effort it takes to put on a play and the people that have come before others in different countries to make sure people understand that threatre is apart of life and it can enlighten others to what is going on in other parts of the world.
it was very helpful and made all points of the class clear. it wasn't confusing at all and it was very usefulread more
nothing. it was perfect, clear, and had all the information i could ever need.
The intricacies, inner workings, and different levels of the theater.read more
The girl who I purchased the book from had drawn on/in it with highlighters. I know that doesn't have anything to do with the actual content of the book, but I prefer to be honest and I figured that's something y'all want to know. As far as the content of the book, I feel like this book was all around helpful to me for class, there wasn't really anything about it I didn't like.
The least helpful to me where the summary listed at the end of the chapters because even though they go over the information briefly it does not specify it. If the reader truly wants to remember what was in the chapter, he/she needs to actually go into the chapters and reread.read more
The most interesting thing that I learned in this book is the different type of theaters that there is.
It was an easy read. Easy to follow and useful for the class I needed it for.read more
The things you were expected to find were easy to find. Made it easy to get through the class.
An easier to use index, and a larger glossary. I feel that there was a lot of useless information in this book, and the authors should focus more on facts.read more
I am not a fan of theater, but I had to take an appreciation class. The book was straight forward, and gave the facts.
The book explains the differences in the types of characters, types of productions, types of sets, settings, backgrounds of productions. All of that information was helpful and made me look at plays and shows differently and to appreciate all that goes into them to make them successful.read more
I really don't know what could make it any better. It covered it all I believe.
It was a class that taught you all the ins and outs of theater. You learned not only the on stage stuff but also the terms and usage of items.read more
Nothing honestly. I liked the book and enjoyed what I learned from it during class.
Pub Date: 2010