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

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TITLES INDEX
a/k/a Tennessee, 209
Abe Lincoln in Illinois, 355
Abelard and Heloise, 30
About Heaven and Earth, 220
About Time, 314
Absent Friends, 319
Absurd Person Singular, 76
Abundance, 316
AC/DC, 29
Accidental Death of an Anarchist, 243
Accomplice, 311
Acrobats, 28
Act Without Words, 51
Action, 88
Actor's Nightmare, The, 194
Adam Baumand the Jew Movie, 448
Adam Resurrected, 422
Advice Froma Caterpillar, 322
After Magritte, 44
After-Play, 370
After the Fall, 154, 240
After the Prize, 196
After the Rise, 153–54
Agamemnon, 117, 119, 340
Agnes of God, 203, 204, 256
Ah, Wilderness!, 92, 224, 291, 416
Album, 173
Alice in Wonderland, 20, 42, 88, 215
All God's Chillun Got Wings, 87
All God's Dangers, 304
All in the Timing, 357, 372, 399
All My Sons, 76, 275, 405
All Over, 31, 84
All Over Town, 82, 83
All Strange Away, 239
All the Girls Came Out to Play, 44
Alligator Tales, 408
All's Well That Ends Well, 134, 221, 350
Almost an Eagle, 214
Almost Perfect Person, An, 122
Alone Together, 241
Altruists, The, 452
Am I Blue?, 198
Amadeus, 171, 179, 448
Amazing Grace, 416
Amazing Metrano, The, 387
America Play, The, 358
American Buffalo, 112, 121, 188, 226, 383, 453
American Clock, The, 177
American Daughter, An, 404
American Days, 178
American Dreams, 230
American Millionaire, An, 73
American Notes, 286
American Plan, The, 318
Amphitryon, 18, 24
Amulets Against the Dragon Forces, 300
Amy's View, 437
Anadarko, 417
Ancestral Voices, 445
Ancient History, 392
And a Nightingale Sang…, 227
And Baby Makes Seven, 347
And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little, 29, 50
And Puppy Dog Tails, 5
And So to Bed, 94
And They Put Handcuffs on Flowers, 44
And Whose Little Boy Are You?, 32
Angel Street, 22, 23, 42, 96, 116
Angela, 6
Angels Fall, 210
Angels in America, Part I: Millennium Approaches, 337, 347, 349, 355
Angels in America, Part II: Perestroika, 354
Animals, 185
Anna Christie, 116, 343
Anna K, 46
Anonymous, 459
Another Antigone, 284
Anteroom, The, 255
Antigone, 33, 95, 204
Antony and Cleopatra, 400
Any Given Day, 354
Apple Doesn't Fall…, The, 390
Arcadia, 373, 445
Archeology of Sleep, The, 230
Are You Now or Have You Ever Been?, 137, 149
Aren't We All?, 248
Aristocrats, 301, 441
Arms and the Man, 250, 301, 451
Arsenic and Old Lace, 266
Art, 406, 415, 420
Art of Dining, The, 158
Art of Success, The, 306
Artichoke, 143
Artist Descending a Staircase, 305
Arts and Leisure, 392
As Bees in Honey Drown, 407, 443
As Is, 247, 275
As You Like It, 62, 80, 250, 339, 365
Ashes, 111
Ashes to Ashes, 432
Asinamali, 266
Au Pair Man, The, 67
Audience, 311
Augusta, 88
Aunt Dan and Lemon, 255
Aven' U Boys, 345
Awake and Sing, 17, 147, 231
Baba Goya, 60, 63
Babe, The, 235
Baby Anger, 407
Baby Dance, The, 328
Baby With the Bathwater, 226
Babylon Gardens, 327
Bacchae, The, 173
Back Bog Beast Bait, 32
Back in the Race, 167
Bad Boy Nietzsche, 450
Bad Habits, 69, 72, 309
Bad Sex With Bud Kemp, 419
BAFO (Best and Final Offer), 415
Bag Lady, 221
Balcony Scene, The, 326
Ballad of Soapy Smith, The, 242, 323
Ballad of Yachiyo, 410
Balmin Gilead, 235
Baltimore Waltz, The, 332, 333, 390
Banana Box, The, 154
Barbarians, 167
Barbary Shore, 67
Barrymore, 402
Baseball Wives, 209
Bash, 441
Basic Training of Pavlo Hummel, The, 33, 37, 101, 116

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

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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