The Theatre in America during the Revolution
Whether moralistic or satirical, the plays of the American Revolution offer unique insights into the sympathies and fears of both loyal and dissident parties, and so serve as a telling document of a socially turbulent age. Brown's extensive research coheres into an invaluable theatrical and historical chronicle that should prove a useful resource for those working in the field. Content Provided by Syndetics.
Cambridge University Press
United States theater, theater history, 18th century theater
History | Theatre History
Brown, Jared, "The Theatre in America during the Revolution" (2007). IWU Authors Bookshelf. 48.