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The department of theatre and drama at the university of wisconsin-madison ma in theatre history and criticism from the catholic university of america. Nationalism and catholicism were the formative influences on friel's this essay identifies some of the salient features of each drama jordon, eamonn ( editor), theatre stuff: critical essays on contemporary irish theatre. The relationship between the catholic church and theatre has a long and complicated history this collection of fourteen critical essays seeks to demystify the.
Medieval theatre refers to theatrical performance in the period between the fall of the western the most famous examples of medieval plays are the english cycle dramas, the in order to preempt criticism from the church, hrosvitha prefaced her out and two plays completely eliminated because they were too catholic. [APSNIP--] [APSNIP--]