American Theatre: A Chronicle of Comedy and Drama, 1969-2000

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PEOPLE INDEX
Aarn, Kimberleigh, 288
Aaron, Caroline, 322
Abady, Josephine, 387
Abbott, George, 5, 12, 138, 277, 346, 370
Abbott, Jack Henry, 253
Abel, Walter, 80
Abels, Gregory, 63
Abraham, F. Murray, 83, 103, 105, 159, 176, 198, 204, 225, 239, 265, 285, 294, 376, 387, 443
Able, Jim, 364
Ableman, Paul, 51
Abry, Jonas, 273
Abuba, Ernest, 449
Ackerman, Peter, 438
Ackerman, Robert Allan, 158, 218, 339
Ackroyd, David, 37, 112, 169
Acosta, Bob and Ann, 235
Adams, Brooke, 190
Adams, Jane, 322, 331, 360, 394
Adams, Kevin, 408
Adams, Mason, 98, 105, 257, 272, 284
Adams, Polly, 80, 146
Adams, Sheila K., 160
Adler, Jerry, 456
Admire, Jere, 19
Adu, Frank, 97
Aeschylus, 15, 117, 340
Afemo, 205
Agutter, Jenny, 282
Ahern, Kieran, 436
Ahlstedt, Borje, 348
Aidem, Betsy, 277, 292, 299, 459
Aiello, Danny, 92, 107, 114, 149, 186
Akalaitis, Jo Anne, 177, 286, 290, 302, 320, 329, 335, 337, 343, 350, 392, 432
Albee, Edward, 4, 31, 84, 101, 161, 184, 220, 358, 391
Albert, Eddie, 59
Albertson, Jack, 53
Alda, Alan, 334, 415
Alden, Jerome, 122
Alderson, William, 339
Aldredge, Theoni V., 208
Aldredge, Tom, 3, 32, 37, 48, 66, 93, 117, 135, 215, 268, 331, 343, 390, 440, 451
Aldridge, Ira, 288
Alegria, Alonso, 193
Alexander, Jace, 313
Alexander, Jane, 49, 68, 101, 105, 136, 154, 168, 214, 229, 291, 314, 317, 332, 340, 419
Alexander, Jason, 269, 311
Alexander, Rosalyn, 328
Alexander, Terry, 35, 102, 375, 383
Alfieri, Richard, 117
Alfred, William, 198–99
Alice, Mary, 35, 62, 71, 73, 75, 120, 153, 178, 274, 367, 374
Allen, Billie, 3, 97
Allen, David, 261
Allen, Jay Presson, 214, 306, 320
Allen, Joan, 227, 249, 281, 296
Allen, Karen, 214, 272, 318
Allen, Penelope, 125, 176, 181, 209, 224
Allen, Rae, 29, 152
Allen, Seth, 185
Allen, Sheila, 163, 175, 185, 202
Allen, Woody, 5, 186, 322, 372–73
Allinson, Michael, 96, 285, 344
Alston, Peggy, 310
Altman, Chelsea, 384
Altman, Robert, 193, 200
Amendolia, Dom, 187
Amos, John, 46
Anderman, Maureen, 42, 84, 101, 172, 181, 195, 348, 453
Anderson, Jane, 92, 328, 409
Anderson, Judith, 26, 204
Anderson, Kevin, 249, 297, 303, 399, 433
Anderson, Lindsay, 24, 209
Anderson, Mitchell, 338
Anderson, Robert, 35, 151
Anderson, Sarah Pia, 364
Andersson, Bibi, 64, 120, 348
Andrews, Nancy, 15
Andrews, William, 195
Angela, Sharon, 443
Angelou, Maya, 54
Anglim, Philip, 142, 177, 181
Annals, Michael, 16
Anouilh, Jean, 62, 95, 107, 253, 398, 437
Ansky, S., 88, 124
Anthony, Terrell, 314
Antonacci, Greg, 83
Antoon, A. J., 28, 35, 46, 48, 50, 72, 92, 285, 314
Anzell, Hy, 15, 105, 167, 272
Appell, Don, 105
Appell, Peter, 459
Aquino, Amy, 318, 321
Aranha, Ray, 74, 178, 216
Arbus, Allan, 77
Arcenas, Loy, 366, 367, 410
Archibald, William, 108
Arden, Eve, 217
Arenal, Alina, 350
Argo, Victor, 324
Ariosto, Ludovico, 22
Aristophanes, 108
Arkas, George, 64
Arkin, Adam, 337
Arkin, Alan, 12, 90, 259, 420, 456
Arkin, Anthony, 420
Arkin, Matthew, 446
Arkin, Michael, 424
Arlt, Lewis, 96, 283
Armstrong, Alun, 192
Armstrong, Curtis, 163
Arnaz, Lucie, 394
Arndt, Dennis, 242
Arnone, John, 226, 286, 299, 400, 453
Aronin, Michael J., 167
Aronson, Boris, 53
Arrabal, Fernando, 44
Arrambide, Mario, 255
Arrick, Larry, 37
Arrighi, Mel, 24
Arrow, David, 459
Arthur, Beatrice, 186
Ashcroft, Harriette, 451
Asher, Jane, 30
Ashley, Christopher, 300, 403, 423, 430, 443, 454
Ashley, Elizabeth, 76, 92, 103, 113, 169, 203, 281, 308, 381, 447–48
Ashmanskas, Brooks, 421
Asner, Ed, 296
Asmus, Walter D., 133, 394
Assante, Armand, 109, 197
Ast, Pat, 89

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American Theatre: A Chronicle of Comedy and Drama, 1969-2000
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Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • American Theatre *
  • Act One, 1969–1975 - Getting through by the Skin of Our Teeth 1
  • Act Two, 1975–1984 - Everything Old Is New Again 91
  • Act Three, 1984–1994 - Playacting during a Plague 237
  • Act Four, 1994–2000 - A Modest Renaissance 363
  • Epilogue 461
  • Titles Index 463
  • People Index 477
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