A review of ‘The Leroi Jones/Amiri Baraka Reader,’ edited by William J. Harris, ed., Thunder’s Mouth Press, New York. 540 pp, $24.95 cloth, $13.95 paper.
A new compendium of early 20th-century clowns is just that, a compendium, sans analysis, criticism, or context.
Invaluable guides to board development, plus a survey of grant directories.
New volumes address a need for more English-language texts on an endlessly debated bit of Moscow Art Theatre history.
Alfred Jarry, Samuel Beckett, Tennessee Williams, Judson Dance Theater, and more.
Books about acting and black theatre, as well as histories, criticism, and guidebooks.
Review of ‘Late-Blooming Flowers and Other Stories’ by Anton Chekhov; I.C. Chertok and Jean Gardner, trans., Carroll & Graf Publishers, New York, NY, 252 pp, $8.95 paper, and ‘The Selected Letters of Anton Chekhov,’ edited and with an introduction by Lillian Hellman; Sidonie K. Lederer, trans., Farrar, Straus & Giroux, New York, NY. 331 pp, $22.50 cloth, $7.95 paper.
New tomes on administration, marketing, and other topics.
Reprinted by permission of Farrar, Straus and Giroux, Inc.
The pleasures of both Stanley Kauffman’s ‘Theatre Criticisms’ and Bonnie Marranca’s ‘Theatre Writings.’