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viewing issueVolume 5, Number 1, 1980 (PAJ 13)
Table of Contents
- Shakespeare: The Globe and the World by S. Schoenbaum, and: Gay Theatre Alliance Directory of Gay Plays ed. by Terry Helbing, and: Just Play: Beckett’s Theatre by Ruby Cohn, and: The End of the World by Maurice Valency, and: The Theatre of Black Americans (Volume I). Roots & Rituals/The Image Makers ed. by Errol Hill, and: The Theatre of Black Americans (Volume 11). The Presenters/The Participators ed. by Errol Hill, and: Actors on Acting ed. by Toby Cole and Helen Krich Chinoy, and: The Dance Makers: Conversations with American Choreographers by Elinor Rogosin, and: Kabuki Encyclopedia. An English-Language Adaptation of Kabuki Jiten by Samuel L. Leiter, and: Horváth: A Study by Ian Huish (review)
- pp. 132-135
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