Broadway: A Theatre Historian's Perspective

@article{Mcnamara2001BroadwayAT,
  title={Broadway: A Theatre Historian's Perspective},
  author={Brooks Mcnamara},
  journal={TDR/The Drama Review},
  year={2001},
  volume={45},
  pages={125-128}
}
Theatre is a mixed bag of high, low, pop, and media. Scholars pay attention to just about everythingexcept Broadway. But what is Broadway? A district, a state of mind, a money-making machine, a style of theatre? 
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