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Voces Contra la Mediocridad: La Vanguardia Teatral de los Provincetown Players, 1915–1922 by Noelia Hernando-Real (review)

Voces Contra la Mediocridad: La Vanguardia Teatral de los Provincetown Players, 1915–1922 by... NOELIA HERNANDO-REAL V OCES C ONTR A LA MEDIOCRID AD : L A VANGU ARDIA TEATR AL DE LO S PR OVINCETOWN PLAYER S, 1915–19 22 Valencia: University of Valencia, 2014; 366 pp. ISBN: 8437096723 Reviewed by Ramón Espejo Romero It is difficult to think of anyone better suited to write Voces contra la mediocridad: La vanguardia teatral de los Provincetown Players, 1915–1922 than Dr. Noelia Hernando-Real. An internationally recognized scholar, Hernando-Real is the author of publications including Performing Gender Violence: Plays by Contemporary American Women Dramatists (co-edited with Barbara Ozieblo) and Self and Space in the Theater of Susan Glaspell, alongside a number of book chapters and articles, most of them concerned with gender and/or early twentieth-century American drama. She has pub- lished extensively on American women playwrights, Susan Glaspell most notably. Indeed, she currently serves as president of the Susan Glaspell International Society. The first Spanish-language approach to the history of the Provincetown Players has thus been entrusted to capable hands. e hi Th story of Spanish-language scholarship on American drama is not long. It started in the 1980s, with pioneering efforts by Rodríguez Celada, Pardo Gutiérrez, and Gómez García. Over the years, readers in Spain with http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Eugene O'Neill Review Penn State University Press

Voces Contra la Mediocridad: La Vanguardia Teatral de los Provincetown Players, 1915–1922 by Noelia Hernando-Real (review)

Eugene O'Neill Review , Volume 39 (1) – Apr 24, 2018

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NOELIA HERNANDO-REAL V OCES C ONTR A LA MEDIOCRID AD : L A VANGU ARDIA TEATR AL DE LO S PR OVINCETOWN PLAYER S, 1915–19 22 Valencia: University of Valencia, 2014; 366 pp. ISBN: 8437096723 Reviewed by Ramón Espejo Romero It is difficult to think of anyone better suited to write Voces contra la mediocridad: La vanguardia teatral de los Provincetown Players, 1915–1922 than Dr. Noelia Hernando-Real. An internationally recognized scholar, Hernando-Real is the author of publications including Performing Gender Violence: Plays by Contemporary American Women Dramatists (co-edited with Barbara Ozieblo) and Self and Space in the Theater of Susan Glaspell, alongside a number of book chapters and articles, most of them concerned with gender and/or early twentieth-century American drama. She has pub- lished extensively on American women playwrights, Susan Glaspell most notably. Indeed, she currently serves as president of the Susan Glaspell International Society. The first Spanish-language approach to the history of the Provincetown Players has thus been entrusted to capable hands. e hi Th story of Spanish-language scholarship on American drama is not long. It started in the 1980s, with pioneering efforts by Rodríguez Celada, Pardo Gutiérrez, and Gómez García. Over the years, readers in Spain with

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Published: Apr 24, 2018

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