Composing Ourselves: The Little Theatre Movement and the American Audience

Composing Ourselves: The Little Theatre Movement and the American Audience

Composing Ourselves: The Little Theatre Movement and the American Audience

Composing Ourselves: The Little Theatre Movement and the American Audience

Synopsis

When movies replaced theatre as popular entertainment in the 1910s, the world of live drama was wideopen for reform. American advocates and practitioners founded theatres in a spirit of anticommercialism, seeking to develop an American audience for serious theatre. This is a look at this Little Theatre movement.
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