Fernandez, Doreen G.
March 2000
World Literature Today;Spring2000, Vol. 74 Issue 2, p318
Literary Criticism
Investigates the Philippine theater in English. Influence of the United States (U.S.) on Philippine theater; Information on vaudeville, a theatrical influence from the U.S.; Several playwrights in the Philippines; Form and content of the Philippine theater.


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