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Stanley Tweyman, Routledge, , 6 vols. This might include inputs from curriculum studies, performance studies, environmental studies, philosophy and aesthetics, psychology and applied theatre, in addition to studies in acting pedagogy, stage design, theory and criticism. Please note that we have initial interest from a major academic publisher.
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