Theatre Companies of the World - Vol. 1

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THEATRE COMPANIES OF THE WORLD
Africa, Asia, Australia and New Zealand, Canada, Eastern Europe, Latin America, The Middle East, Scandinavia

Edited by COLBY H. KULLMAN and WILLIAM C. YOUNG

GREENWOOD PRESS

New York · Westport, Connecticut · London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface xi
  • Acknowledgments xv
  • Africa 1
  • Introduction 3
  • Ghana 4
  • Guinea 8
  • Kenya 9
  • Nigeria 10
  • Senegal 18
  • Uganda 19
  • Union of South Africa 20
  • Asia 25
  • Introduction 27
  • India 29
  • Indonesia 49
  • Japan 82
  • Korea 126
  • Taiwan 134
  • Australia and New Zealand 149
  • Introduction 151
  • Canada 183
  • Introduction 185
  • Eastern Europe 199
  • Introduction 201
  • Bulgaria 203
  • Czechoslovakia 215
  • Hungary 228
  • Poland 235
  • Romania 268
  • Soviet Union 279
  • Yugoslavia 295
  • Latin America 311
  • Introduction 313
  • Argentina 315
  • Brazil 325
  • Chile 334
  • Colombia 340
  • Costa Rica 348
  • Cuba 355
  • Ecuador 360
  • Mexico 367
  • Paraguay 376
  • Puerto Rico 382
  • Uruguay 389
  • Venezuela 393
  • The Middle East 399
  • Iran 401
  • Israel 405
  • Scandinavia 415
  • Denmark 417
  • Finland 438
  • Iceland 459
  • Norway 466
  • Sweden 483
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