Explores the elements of comedy found throughout much of Christopher Durang’s plays.
This paper compares the “dream” plays and the “reality” plays of August Strindberg.
A critical analysis of Arthur Miller’s classic, Death of a Salesman.
An analysis of how Tennessee Williams’ Suddenly Last Summer and Eugene O’Neill’s Desire Under Elms demonstrate realism in drama.
This paper discusses Edward Albee’s play The Zoo Story as a parable of concealed violence.
Brief discussion of the history and theme of “Romeo and Juliet”.
Analysis of “Romeo and Juliet” and the theme of conflict between social control and individual freedom.
Summary and anlysis of the play The Gods Are Not To Blame.
A comparative analysis of William Shakespeare’s Hamlet and Oedipus the King by Sophocles.
Biographical account of Sarah Bernhardt and Ellen Terry.