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By Ronald W. Vince

Vince makes use of written and artifactual facts of theatre heritage to give an explanation for the character of its present country. His learn of theatre's early varieties discloses a wealth of vital evidence, and a few conjectures, that stimulate realizing and appreciation of the artwork. Backstage

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