Cambridge Studies in American Theatre and Drama offers a forum for the exploration of aspects of theater and drama in a cultural and social context. Inclusive by design, the series accommodates leading work in areas ranging from the study of drama as literature to theater histories and to readings of more popular forms. With a general emphasis on the American stage, Cambridge Studies in American Theatre and Drama provides a crossroads at which historical, theoretical, literary, and biographical approaches meet and combine, promoting imaginative research in theater and drama from a variety of new perspectives.
General Editor: Don B. Wilmeth, Brown University, Rhode Island
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