The Revolt of Henrik Ibsen

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An excellent reference book for boy scouts and camp leaders, and for costuming Indian plays and pageants, and a source of useful information in patriotic or his- torical pageant production. Indoor or outdoor production; any number of characters. Castro, John // Communications from the International Brecht Society;Fall2008, Vol. 37, p97 The article presents the opinion of notable people on the plays by Bertolt Brecht in 2008. French 30c, no R Cast: 2 m, 7 w, clowns, poppies, harvesters, fancies and 3 children; i interior sc; i^ hrs.

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Publisher: Now and Then Reader (October 29, 2012)

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