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Published by Benjamin Blom in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Originally published, Paris: Editions Albert Levy, 1932.

Statementintroduction by R.H. Packman;foreword by Gordon Craig.
ContributionsPackman, R. H., Craig, Edward Gordon, 1872-1966.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18662768M

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Description. Focussing on ‘recent developments in Europe and America’, The New Movement in the Theatre is a large, ambitious work full of striking illustrations of set designs, costume designs and production photographs from the early 20th century. Published in London inthe book showcased thrilling, modern and experimental theatre to the British public for the first time.

The new movement in the theatre --The aesthetic theatre movement --The new English dramatists --The American playwright and the drama of sincerity --The new stage-craft --The failure of the American producer --The real progress of the American theatre --Some thoughts on theatre architecture --On applause in the theatre --A new theory of the.

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