4 edition of theater of our own found in the catalog.
theater of our own
|Statement||Richard Christiansen ; foreword by Brian Dennehy.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 317 p. :|
|Number of Pages||317|
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Winner of the Illinois State Historical Society Book Award for Superior Achievement A Theater of Our Own is a fascinating, fast-paced, and fact-filled chronicle of Chicago's legendary theater scene by the long-time chief critic for the Chicago produced the first stage adaptation of "The Wizard of Oz" in nearly forty years before the movie classic?Cited by: 2.
In A Theater of Our Own, he draws upon his exclusive interviews, insights, and memories gathered over a period of more than forty years of reviewing the arts. This history and memoir traces the evolution of the Chicago theater scene from small theaters to major institutions such as the Steppenwolf Theatre Company, the Goodman Theater, and The.
A Theater of Our Own, a valuable contribution to the history of theater, is a book written for anyone who enjoys the theater and its people." --Publisher description. A Theater of Our Own A History and A Memoir of 1, Nights in Chicago (Book): Christiansen, Richard: "Richard Christiansen, former chief critic for the Chicago Tribune, answers.
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