Drama. Translated from the Swedish by Paul Walsh. THE CHAMBER PLAYS OF AUGUST STRINDBERG are five short plays written by Strindberg at the end of his career for the Intimate Theater, a small 150 seat theater in Stockholm: "Storm," "Burned House," "The Ghost Sonata," "The Pelican," and "The Black Glove."The plays experiment with style in bold and exciting ways and show Strindberg to be one of the fathers of avant garde theater.THE CHAMBER PLAYS OF AUGUST STRINDBERG is a new translation by Paul Walsh, Professor of Dramaturgy and Dramatic Criticism at the Yale School of Drama.
August Strindberg was a Swedish playwright in the 19th and early 20th centuries. He was one of the major pioneers of naturalism and created the modern foundation for expressionist drama and absurdist theater. Author City: Stockholm SWE