Additional Resources for The Verge by Susan Glaspell

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Bigsby, C. W. E., A Critical Introduction to Twentieth- Century American Drama, Vol. 1, 1900-1940, Cambridge University Press, 1982.

Bigsby traces and analyzes the innovations that took
place in drama during the first part of the twentieth
century. He provides extended critical accounts of
some of the most influential playwrights and theatrical
groups of the time.



Black, Cheryl, The Women of Provincetown Players, 1915-1922, University of Alabama Press, 2001.

Black provides an in-depth look at the Provincetown
Players and the women who were most important in
creating and sustaining the experimental theater group.



Hillenbrand, Mark, Produce Your Play without a Producer: A Survival Guide for Actors and Playwrights Who Need a Production, Smith & Kraus, 2001.

Hillenbrand provides step-by-step instructions for all
aspects of putting on a play, from the initial readings
through the final performance. The book also contains
a lengthy bibliography and lists of national and regional
theater organizations, drama...



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