The Brig, Living Theatre, New York City, 1963, for a two-year run, toured Europe in repertory of the Living Theatre for four years, performed in over thirty professional productions, and was made into a film by Jonas Mekis.
The Happy Bar, Actors Studio, New York City, 1966.
Devices, Yale School of Drama, New Haven, CT, Judson Poets Theatre, New York City, Actors Studio, New York City, and Manhattan Theatre Club, New YorkCity.
Blake’s Design, Yale School of Drama, 1968, and Theatre for the New City,New York City, 1974.
The Green Room, University of Iowa, 1971.
The Cretan Bull, O’Neill Theatre Center, Waterford, CT, 1972, Drake University, 1972, and Manhattan Theatre Club, New York City, 1973.
Nightlight, Hartford Stage Company, CT, 1973.
The Brig, Hill and Wang, 1963.
The Narrows, Dial Press, 1970.
Nightlight, Samuel French Inc., 1973.
has completed ten other plays, two are under option, one is in progress.
“The Living Theatre,” Tulane Drama Review, Fall, 1963.
“Dada Drama Daddy,” Arts Magazine, April, 1969.
“Theatre of God,” Plays & Players, London, September, 1964, and CityLights Journal, San Francisco, 1966.
“The Illusion,” Encore, London, 1965.
“Lincoln Center,” Plays & Players, London, November, 1965.
“The Night Club,” City Lights Journal, 1966.
“Theatre, a Reflection of the National Personality,” Arts Magazine, November, 1967.
“Whose Cup of Tea Shall We Fill,” New York Times, Sunday Drama section, April 2, 1967.
“Homerun,” The Evergreen Review, March, 1969.
“The Death of the Artist in His Own Time,” New York Times, Sunday Drama section, September, 1973.
“The O’Neill Theatre,” New York Times, Sunday Drama section, September, 1973.
“Eulogy to Warren Finnerty,” The Village Voice, December, 1974.
“The Bright Side of Fifty,” New York Times Magazine, January, 1986.
“My Seed Grows Wilder,” published in Kulchur Magazine, No.
14, Spring, 1964.
“For Julian and Judith,” Intermission Magazine, Hull House, Chicago, 1966, Yale/Theatre Magazine, Vol.
1, Spring, 1966.
“Through a Cage Brightly,” Intermission Magazine, Hull House, Chicago, 1965.
BOOKS: UNPUBLISHED Three novels completed and one in progress.
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