About the book
“Schiele's useful book . . . invaluably charts [Marowitz's] work.” Michael Coveney, The Times Literary Supplement
English Fringe theatre of the 1960s and 1970s can be defined as being both geographically off-centre and at the edges of theatrical and political convention. This book relates the histories of two important London fringe theatres: the Round House, architecturally unique, vast but difficult as a performance space, and the Open Space, intense, flexible, but so tiny that it had its own inherent problems.
ISBN: 978-1-902806-43-3 Format: Paperback, 256pp Published: Aug 2005
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