THEATRE ARTS 126

POPULAR ENTERTAINMENTS: ORIGINS AND FORMS

OTHER READINGS

Other Specific Reading AssignmentsS

(Or Strongly Recommended Basic Sources)

Are Indicated in the Course Timetable


Sources for many useful older readings come from the following:

  • The Drama Review, Vol. 18, March '74

  • Educational Theatre Journal, Vol, 27, Oct. '75

  • McKechnie, Samuel. Popular Entertainments Through The Ages

  • Martin, Edwin & Don Wilmeth, Mud Show

  • Matlaw, Myron. American Popular Entertainments

  • Speaight, History Of The Circus

  • Towsen, John. Clowns

  • Theatre History Studies, Vol. 18, 1998 (includes Wilmeth biblography
    mentioned above and essay by Brooks McNamara,
    "Defining Popular Culture,” which is included in the collection of essays)

Books that are on reserve in the Becker Library are indicated with a green square:

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