A Dolls House
Henrick Epson, Reallistic Realism
Oscar Wilde, Satrical Realism
Eugene Oneil, Expressionism
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
Tennessee Williams, psychological realism
Sam Shephard, alternative to realism
most removed from production process, ultimate goal is a full production of the play
are not written but rewritten
financial and managerial decisions
represents the playwrights interests
literary management, finding, developing and shaping new scrips, helps answer questions, more of an adviser than a decision maker
life of the author + 70 years
a short statement that conveys the directors vision for the production
truth is to be found in the infinite variety of creation
truth is to be found the norms
3 types of characters
good, evil, functional
highest form of mortality is truth
a small boy with girl like figures. He is known for his Edward Cullen eyes, he especially enjoys pedicures and meatloaf
a lewd or immoral woman, born from mount olympus she strikes terror on pedestrians by disfiguring squirrels an leaving them on sidewalks
the guy from the Esurance commercials
Ben Kellner's girlfriend
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