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Introduction 1. Setting the Stage: War and Empire 2. The Pan-American Exposition and Tragedy Onstage U.S. Immigration, Ethnic Theatres, and Vaudeville, by Stuart Hecht 3. Gendered Spaces: Law and Justice in Susan Glaspell's Trifles The Sexual Revolution and Broadway, by Sue Abbotson 4. A New Approach to Revolution: Artef and Hirsch Leckert in the Third Period The Theatre of War: The Rise of Fascism, Anti-War and Interventionist Theatre, by Jim Fisher 5. Salesman and the 1930s Theatres of Social Protest
Joshua E. Polster is Associate Professor of Theatre at Emerson College. His publications include Reinterpreting the Plays of Arthur Miller, a critical edition of Miller's A Memory of Two Mondays, and The Routledge Anthology of US Drama 1898-1949.