The primary aim of this series is to provide information and critical perspectives on major theatre directors, both leading contemporary figures and those who during the past century have contributed to what is distinctively 'modern' in today's drama. Each volume focuses on the theory of drama and the contribution made to it by the director, as well as considering the practical aspects of that director's work on the stage, the organization of his acting company, and his relationship to the theatrical and political establishment. Detailed critical descriptions of key productions are central to each volume, illustrated by photographs, blocking and set designs.
General Editor: Christopher Innes, York University, Ontario
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