The Reign of the Theatrical Director: French Theatre, 1887-1924
Whitston Publishing Company, 1988 - 265 Seiten
"Admirably documented, with extensive bibliographies and complete listings of the productions of each of the three theaters [Théâtre Libre, Théâtre de l'uvre, and Vieux Colombier], Knapp's study, like her numerous other works on the French theater . . . is not only authoritative but also lively and keenly critical."World Literature Today
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André Antoine 18561943
Productions at the Théâtre Libre
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