Creating Historical Drama

Creating Historical Drama

This guidebook for transforming actual American figures and events into dramatic form has aided many communities and groups in writing, planning, and producing first-rate historical dramas. This new edition of Creating Historical Drama features updated examples of drama and dramatic activities from short indoor productions to large-scale, outdoor historical dramas; new material about funding, economic impact on communities, budgeting, and marketing; and current information on physical theatre development.

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Publisher SIU Press
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ISBN 9780809388356
Pages 344 pages
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