Actors and Activists: Politics, Performance, and Exchange Among Social Worlds
Psychology Press, 2002 - 343 Seiten
This scholarly work looks at the issue of politics and performance in America today with particular attention paid to performances produced by activists, the NEA Four, and "Miss Saigon".
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