The Theatre in America during the Revolution

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Whether moralistic or satirical, the plays of the American Revolution offer unique insights into the sympathies and fears of both loyal and dissident parties, and so serve as a telling document of a socially turbulent age. Brown's extensive research coheres into an invaluable theatrical and historical chronicle that should prove a useful resource for those working in the field. Content Provided by Syndetics.

Original languageAmerican English
StatePublished - Feb 12 2007


  • United States theater
  • theater history
  • 18th century theater


  • History
  • Theater History

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