Striding out: trends in twenty-first century African theatre and performance

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Igweonu, K. 2011. Striding out: trends in twenty-first century African theatre and performance. in: Igweonu, K. (ed.) Trends in Twenty-first Century African Theatre and Performance Amsterdam & New York Rodopi.
AuthorsIgweonu, K.
EditorsIgweonu, K.
Year2011
Book titleTrends in Twenty-first Century African Theatre and Performance
PublisherRodopi
Output statusPublished
Place of publicationAmsterdam & New York
SeriesThemes in Theatre - Collective Approaches to Theatre and Performance
ISBN9789042033863
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Print2011
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Deposited03 Mar 2014
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