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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Playwright versus director.
Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 1994
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jeane Luere; Sidney L Berger
|Description:||xiii, 179 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||Pt. 1. Theories of Authorship and Interpretation. 1. Literary Assumptions about Text. 2. Literature's New Criticism Applied to Theatre --
Pt. 2. Remarks of Playwrights and Directors. 3. Alley Forum: Playwrights, Directors, and the Postmodern Stage. 4. Robert Anderson, Playwright. 5. Sidney Berger, Director. 6. Danny Mann, Director, and Edward Albee, Playwright. 7. Lanford Wilson, Playwright. 8. Robert Wilson, Performer, Director, Writer. 9. Jose Quintero, Director --
Pt. 3. Tiers of Director/Playwright Interchange: Five Case Studies. 10. A "Director's Director": Tennessee Williams and A Streetcar Named Desire. 11. A Tyrant Director? William Inge and Joshua Logan. 12. A Director's Distortion of a Modern Classic: Arthur Miller's Shift in Stance. 13. A Playwright-Director Opens Up a Classic: Albee's Direction of Beckett. 14. Director, Playwright, and Cast: Caryl Churchill's Approach to Text --
Pt. 4. Theatre Aesthetics and the Law. 15. Contractual Provisions of the Dramatists' Guild, Inc. 16. Collaboration and American Law --
The Rights of Playwrights: Performance Theory and American Law / Robert Hapgood.
|Series Title:||Contributions in drama and theatre studies, no. 54.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Jeane Luere ; Sidney Berger, advisory editor.|