The World Encyclopedia of Contemporary Theatre: The Arab world

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Taylor & Francis, 1994 - Performing Arts - 336 pages
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This encyclopaedia of contemporary theatre in the Arab world includes essays and photographs from 22 different countries from Africa to the Middle East. Countries covered include: Algeria; Bahrain; Comoros Islands; Djibouti; Egypt; Iraq; Jordan; Kuwait; Lebanon; Libya; Mauritania; Morocco; Oman; Palestine; Qatar; Saudi Arabia; Somalia; Sudan; Syria; Tunisia; United Arab Emirates; and Yemen.

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This useful compendium of information begins with several general essays on African drama, including some 32 dramatic traditions in Black Africa. (There is a separate volume for Arabic Africa.) Some ... Read full review

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This first volume of a projected six-volume set provides 47 lucid and highly informative comparative essays, each covering a specific nationality. Ranging from 3000 to 30,000 words, the essays each ... Read full review

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