Feminist Theaters in the USA is a fresh, informative portrait of a
key era in feminist and theater history It is vital reading for
feminist students, theater historians and theater practitioners.
Their continued movement forward will be challenged and enriched by
this timely look back at the trials and accomplishments of their
predecessors. Canning interviews over thirty women who took part in
the dynamic feminist theater of the 1970s and 1980s. They provide
first-hand accounts of the excitement, struggles and innovations
which formed their experience. From this foundation Cannning
constructs a compelling combination of historical survey, critique
and celebration which explores: * The history of the groups and
their formation * The politics which shaped their work * Their
methods and creative processes * The productions they brought to
the stage * The reception from critics and audiences
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