Theatre Companies of the World - Vol. 2

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About the Contributors
JOEL A. ADEDEJI is professor of theatre arts and chairman, Theatre Arts Department, University of Ibadan, Nigeria. He holds a Ph.D. in drama from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. A UNESCO consultant on the promotion and presentation of the performing arts in Africa, Dr. Adedeji is an elected fellow of the Royal Society of Arts ( Great Britain) and a licentiate of the Royal Academy of Music ( Great Britain). Author of several articles in journals and books on African drama and theatre, he has also directed many plays for the African stage. He is currently working on a book, Traditions of African Theatre.
MARIANNE ARIYANTO received an M.A. in dance at the University of California at Los Angeles in 1970. After studying Balinese dance at the Center for World Music in the summers of 1972, 1974, and 1975, she studied dance in Bali on a Fulbright Scholarship during 1977 and 1978. She is currently assistant professor of dance and artistic director of the Nebraska Dance Ensemble at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She has also taught at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point and the College of St. Teresa in Winona, Minnesota.
LEON M. AUFDEMBERGE, a B.A. from Baker University and a Ph.D. from Northwestern University, teaches at Kendall College and Harpers College, both in Chicago, Illinois.
STEFÁN BALDURSSON was formerly theatre secretary of the National Theatre of Iceland, where he was active as a director of classics, modern drama, and world premieres of Icelandic plays. He is presently a director and co-artistic director of the Reykjavík Theatre Company. He was educated in Reykjavík College and Stockholm University, where he studied theatre and film.
DANIEL BARRETT is adjunct assistant professor of English at Iowa State University. His articles on nineteenth-century drama and theatre have appeared in various journals, and he is a contributor to Women in the American Theatre.
BEVERLY ANN BENSON is adjunct professor of English at Florida Institute of Technology and previously taught at the University of Kansas and at Iowa State University. Her research interests include analyzing the writing skills of native and nonnative speakers of English, as well as designing appropriate classroom methods to meet the individualized

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Table of contents

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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