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by Arthur Sainer
This book traces three tumultuous decades of avant-garde theatre in the . It begins with the Living Theatre has been added to your Cart.
This book traces three tumultuous decades of avant-garde theatre in the .
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Arthur Sainer, American Writer, theater educator. Faculty Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut, 1977-1980, Hunter College, New York City, 1980-1981. Associate professor theatre Middlebury College, Vermont, 1981-1983. Play director Boat Sun Cavern Middlebury College, Vermont, 1983.
Sainer, Arthur: The Radical Theatre Notebook, Avon Books, New York, 1975. San Francisco Mime Troupe: By Popular Demand: Plays and Other Works, San Francisco Mime Troupe, San Francisco, 1980. Schechner, Richard: Environmental Theatre, Howthorn Books. Schechner, Richard: Essays on Performance Theory, 1970-1976, Drama Books Specialists, New York, 1977. Shank, Theodore: American Alternative Theatre, MacMillan Modern Dramatists, London, 1982. Weales, Gerald: The Jumping-Off Place, The MacMillan Company, London, 1968.
ISBN 10: 0380002876 ISBN 13: 9780380002870. Publisher: Avon Books, 1975. Radical Theatre Notebook.
sometimes is space itself an event. Arthur Sainer, The Radical Theatre Notebook (1975). so many avant-garde and unconventional theatre productions (in New York City lofts, churches, laundromats, bus stations and other settings) he became one of the ﬁrst American critics to discuss and analyze site-speciﬁc.
Theater for the New City, founded in 1971 and known familiarly as "TNC", is one of New York City's leading Off-Off-Broadway theaters, known for radical political plays and community commitment. Productions at TNC have won 43 Obie Awards and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. TNC currently exists as a 4-theater complex in a 30,000-square-foot (2,800 m2) space located at 155 1st Avenue, in Manhattan's East Village.