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So-called lost writing rarely gets this good. This book should be required reading before anyone writes another theater review.
There is pleasure in reading about plays, writers, players, and productions that few today could have seen. One can trace the evolution of both the theatre and the society it serves through columns originally assumed to be of temporary value. It also may appeal to others such as those just starting to attend stage shows and to movie die-hards who are wondering what some people find so fascinating about live theater.
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Twitter Facebook Youtube. Contact About Privacy. By Chris Jones. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, In his first book, Jones marries his voice as a theatre critic and theatre scholar, creating a work with the potential to reach a wide range of readers and appeal to theatre fans, historians, and educators.
Despite this informative context, readers might have been better served with the inclusion of older, less accessible reviews and similar historic details. Known for her bravura style and relationships some warm, some less so and exchanges some caustic, some less so with theatre artists, such as Tennessee Williams, Arthur Miller, and Robert Emmett Keane, Cassidy covered performing arts in Chicago for over 20 years.
He also reminds the reader of theatre tragedies through the distressing accounts from the Iroquois Theatre fire, as well as the ground theatre has covered even if the Tribune failed to in matters of race, gender, and sexuality.
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