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Bigsby, Christopher, Contemporary American Playwrights, Cambridge University Press, 2000.

Bigsby has put together an interesting study of some of the most controversial plays and the award-winning playwrights who have enjoyed success on the American stage.

Crespy, David A., Off-Off-Broadway Explosion: How Provocative Playwrights of the 1960s Ignited a New American Theater, Backstage Books, 2003.

For an in-depth look into the history of the American theater through the production of innovative plays by beat playwrights of the 1960s, Crespy's book is the place to go. Crespy's account is filled with interviews and anecdotes about such profound thinkers and artists as Edward Albee, Sam Shephard, and Amiri Baraka, playwrights who altered the course of American theater.

Hischak, Thomas S., American Theatre: A Chronicle of Comedy and Drama, 1969—2000, Oxford University Press, 2000.

This book provides a comprehensive history of the last half of twentieth-century theater in New York. As Bees in Honey...

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