Dr. Justyna Braun teaches literature and philosophy at Chesterton Academy of Buffalo. She received her Ph.D. in Comparative Literature from Rutgers University, New Brunswick.2019 1-4955-0787-4
This book traces a movement in European theatre history known as the Great Reform of Theatre. This movement unfolded roughly between 1880 and the late 1930s. It developed against the background of dramatic political, technological, and cultural changes in the entire western world. The Reform transformed all facets of European theatre including play-writing, mise-en-scene, performance, production, criticism, and social significance.