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Howard Barker's theatre of seduction

Author: Charles Lamb; Franc Chamberlain
Publisher: Amsterdam : Harwood Academic (Performing Arts), 1997.
Series: Contemporary theatre studies, vol. 19.
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Study of the British playwright, Howard Barker which arose from Lamb's idea that current performance theories and production techniques do not work with Barker's plays. Lamb sets Barker's work  Read more...

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Named Person: Howard Barker; Howard Barker
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Lamb; Franc Chamberlain
ISBN: 3718658844 9783718658848 3718658747 9783718658749
OCLC Number: 60164053
Description: 160 p. : 5 colour illustrations, 4 b&w illustrations.
Series Title: Contemporary theatre studies, vol. 19.
Responsibility: Charles Lamb; Franc Chamberlain (series editor, Nene College, Northampton).

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