Theatre Companies of the World - Vol. 2

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Index
Aalberg, Ida, 444
Aarhus Theatre, 420-422
Aas, Arne, 480
Abafume Theatre Company, 19
Abbas, Khwaja Ahmad, 32
Abbey Theatre Company, 663, 664-671
Abbot, George, 546, 797
Abe, Kōbō, 106, 271
Abell, Kjeld, 417, 421
Abenius, Folke, 490
Abe Studio, 106
Abhishek, 41, 42
Aboy, Nestor Suárez, 319
Abraches, Adelina, 765, 768
Abt, 825
Abujamra, Antonio, 331
Acquart, André, 634
Actors' Theatre, 104, 106-107, 111, 112
Actors' Workshop, 382-384
Adami, Carlo, 324
Adamov, Arthur, 296
Adani, Laura, 723, 725, 731, 735
Adélaide, Emilía, 765
Adeniyi-Jones, Olga, 11
Adiprajitno, Timbul, 53
Adler, Richard, 546
Adoum, Jorge E., 362
Adriana Budevska Theatre of Burgas, 203-204
Adwentowicz, Karol, 250
Aeschylus, 329, 346, 583, 633, 660, 691, 705, 706, 708, 727, 802, 821, 849, 861, 868, 872
Afinogenov, Aleksandr, 285, 290, 594
Agárdi, Gábor, 231
Aglonoo, Wisdom, 4-6
Agosti, Silvano, 726
Agrell, Alfhild, 402, 492
Aguilera-Malta, Demetrio, 362, 365
Aguilúa, Fernando Luis, 386
Agustoni, Horacio, 324
Ahlfors, Bengt, 455
Ahn, Min-Soo, 128
Aicher, Anton, 552, 553
Aicher, Herman, 553
Aillaud, Gilles, 868
Aitmanov, Chingiz, 291
Aizenberg, Elita, 324
Ajayi, Afolabi, 11
Akiko, Tamura, 104
Akira, Kume, 108
Aksyonov, Vasili, 280, 291
Alarcón, Ruíz de, 638
Alatorre, Antonio, 371
Albahaca, Elizabeth, 245
Alba, Luis González de, 373
Albee, Edward, 41, 126, 133, 162, 166,

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • United States of America 505
  • Introduction 507
  • Wstern Europe (excluding Scandinavia 549
  • Austria 551
  • Belgium 567
  • East Germany 578
  • France 620
  • Great Britain 663
  • Italy 714
  • The Netherlands 750
  • Portugal 763
  • Spain 770
  • Switzerland 779
  • West Germany 788
  • Suggestions for Additional Reading 875
  • Index 891
  • About the Contributors 967
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