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9780195090789

American Theatre A Chronicle of Comedy and Drama, 1914-1930
American Theatre A Chronicle of Comedy and Drama, 1914-1930
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  • ISBN-13: 9780195090789
  • ISBN: 0195090780
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press, Incorporated

AUTHOR

Bordman, Gerald

SUMMARY

The American Theatre series discusses every Broadway production chronologically--show by show and season by season. It offers plot summaries, production details, names of leading actors and actresses--the roles they played, as well as any special or unusual aspects of individual shows. This second volume in the series, covers what is probably the richest period in American theater, the years 1914 through 1930. Bordman includes most of Eugene O'Neill's work, along with playwrights as diverse as Elmer Rice and George Kaufman. Among the era's stars one finds John and Ethel Barrymore, Helen Hayes, Katherine Cornell, and Lynn Fontaine and Alfred Lunt. Considering the sheer number of productions, American theater climbed to its all-time high in the 1920s; by mid-decade, nearly 300 new plays appeared on Broadway each year. America saw more theatrical activity--in every sense of the word-- than any time before or since.Bordman, Gerald is the author of 'American Theatre A Chronicle of Comedy and Drama, 1914-1930' with ISBN 9780195090789 and ISBN 0195090780.

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