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A Shabby Paradise, Contemporary Hungarian Theatre, 2004. by  Peter (editor) Fabri - Paperback - 2004 - from Pilgrim Reader Books - IOBA and Biblio.co.uk

A Shabby Paradise, Contemporary Hungarian Theatre, 2004.

by Fabri, Peter (editor)

Condition: Very Good+


Hungarian Centre of the International Theatre Institute.. Very Good+. 2004. Softcover. 9632162250 . 8vo - 23 x 20 cm.; 160 pp. This book was published as part of a year long celebration of Hungarian culture in the United Kingdom, Magyar Magic - Hungary in Focus. A collection of essays by various authors on many aspects of the theater in Hungary, such as Fringe, Childrens, Dance, Minority. Also there are essays on specific companies and theatres- Vigszinhaz, Laszlo Marton, Katona Jozsef, Gabor Zsambeki, Kaposvar, Janos Mohacsi, Gardonyi Geza, Bela Pinter, Ketakor. Minor rubbing on card stock covers; binding sturdy, text pages clean. .
  • Bookseller: Pilgrim Reader Books - IOBA CA (CA)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 30111
  • Title: A Shabby Paradise, Contemporary Hungarian Theatre, 2004.
  • Author: Fabri, Peter (editor)
  • Format/binding: Softcover
  • Book condition: Used - Very Good+
  • Binding: Paperback
  • ISBN 10: 9632162250
  • ISBN 13: 9789632162256
  • Publisher: Hungarian Centre of the International Theatre Institute.
  • Date published: 2004
  • Keywords: 9632162250, Drama; Plays; Theaters; Theater; Theatres;, Theatre; Hungary; Europe; Modern; History;
  • Bookseller catalogs: Drama/Plays;
  • Subjects: PERFORMING ARTS / Theater / General;


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