Theatre and the Good: The Value of Collaborative Play

by Mark Fearnow

About Mark Fearnow

Mark Fearnow (PhD, Indiana University) is Professor of Theatre at Hanover College. Prior to this appointment, he was Associate Professor of Theatre at Pennsylvania State University, University Park, and Assistant Professor of Theatre at Lehigh University.

His previous publications include The American Stage And The Great Depression: A Culural History Of The Grotesque (Cambridge University Press, 1997), Clare Boothe Luce: A Research And Production Sourcebook (Greenwood Press, 1995), Chapters and Articles: "1979-1989: Disillusionment, Identity, Discovery," in A Companion To Twentieth Century American Drama (Oxford: Blackwell, 2004), 127 articles on American theatre and performance in The Oxford Encyclopedia Of Theatre And Performance (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003), "Let's Do It: The Layered Life of Cole Porter," in Staging Desire: Gays And Lesbians In American Theatre History (University of Michigan Press, 2002), and "Theatre Groups and their Playwrights, 1870-1945" in Cambridge History Of American Theatre (v 2) (Cambridge University Press, 1999).


 

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