See also French Drama and French Culture.
Peter D. Arnott. An Introduction to the French Theatre. Rowman and Littlefield. 1977. 164pp.
Marvin Carlson. The French Stage in the Nineteenth Century. Scarecrow Press. 1972. 326pp.
Joseph Chiari. The Contemporary French Theatre: The Flight from Naturalism. London: Rockliff. 1958. 242pp.
Ted Freeman. Theatres of War: French Committed Theatre from the Second World War to the Cold War. University of Exeter Press. 1998. 243pp.
Deborah B. Gaensbauer. The French Theater of the Absurd. Twayne. 1991. 137pp.
Jacques Guicharnaud; June Guicharnaud. Modern French Theatre: From Giraudoux to Genet. Yale University Press. 1967. 383pp.
Harold Hobson. French Theatre Since 1830. London: John Calder. 1979. 261pp.
Alan Howe; Richard Waller (editor). En Marge Du Classicisme: Essays on the French Theatre from the Renaissance to the Enlightenment. Liverpool University Press. 1987. 310pp.
Bettina L. Knapp. French Theatre, 1918-1939. Grove Press. 1985. 193pp.
Bettina L. Knapp. The Reign of the Theatrical Director: French Theatre, 1887-1924. Whitston Publishing Co.. 1988. 265pp.
Vera Lee. Quest for a Public: French Popular Theater Since 1945. Cambridge, MA: Schenkman Publishing Co.. 1970. 209pp.
Garry O'Connor. French Theatre Today. Pitman. 1975. 118pp.
John S. Powell. Music and Theatre in France, 1600-1680. Oxford University Press. 2000. 582pp.
Jeffrey S. Ravel. The Contested Parterre: Public Theater and French Political Culture, 1680-1791. Cornell University Press. 1999. 256pp.
Darnell Roaten. Structural Forms in the French Theater, 1500-1700. University of Pennsylvania Press. 1960. 180pp.
H. Noel Williams. Queens of the French Stage. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 1905. 365pp.
Phyllis Zatlin. Cross-Cultural Approaches to Theatre: The Spanish-French Connection. Scarecrow Press. 1994. 261pp.
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