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Thu Oct 16 18:00:59 2014 UTClccn-n860829910.26Orchards : stories /0.611.00Judson Memorial Church Archive,62357883María_Irene_Fornésn 860829911586396Maria Irene Forneslccn-n79130807Chekhov, Anton Pavlovich1860-1904lccn-n77012756Mamet, Davidlccn-n80065728Guare, Johnlccn-n86109553Kennedy, Adriennelccn-n50044870Ribman, Ronaldlccn-n79088966Cohn, Rubylccn-n79108930Baraka, Amiri1934-2014lccn-n83189936Malina, Judith1926-lccn-nb97041366Holden, Joanlccn-n80038305Horovitz, IsraelFornes, Maria IreneFictionCriticism, interpretation, etcDramaAmerican dramaFornes, Maria IreneFeminism and theaterWomen in the theaterTheater--Production and directionOne-act playsOne-act plays, AmericanNew York (State)--New YorkUnited StatesChekhov, Anton Pavlovich,Manners and customsRussiaAmerican drama--Women authorsAmerican drama--Hispanic American authorsTheaterFeminist dramaCubaDramatists, AmericanMarriageMan-woman relationshipsMusicalsCuban dramaMusicals--LibrettosPoetry, ModernDramaRussell, Peter,Stoppard, TomEnglish poetryAshbery, John,Literature, ModernDramatistsEuropean literatureSouth African literaturePlots (Drama, novel, etc.)Literature--Theory, etcBanks, Russell,Popular literatureŌe, Kenzaburō,Theatrical producers and directorsAmerican literatureLiteratureEnglish dramaEuropean dramaDramatists, English--Early modernDramatists, Latin (Medieval and modern)Dramatic criticismDrama, MedievalDramatists, EuropeanEuropean drama--RenaissanceDramatists, English1930196119651966196819691970197119761977197819791980198119821984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020022003200420072008200920102011201220136978155287812.54PS3556.O7344ocn042765120ocn032322192ocn042765120ocn053968307ocn056385327ocn855266303ocn049786560ocn049290848ocn053968307ocn227345004ocn639929292ocn056385327ocn430368089ocn319431153ocn049289803ocn084465454ocn691997675ocn691997676ocn639933316ocn084465454ocn63994758180612ocn000480353book19710.56Fornes, Maria IrenePromenade & other plays+-+29659000067449ocn012574011book19860.50Fornes, Maria IrenePlays+-+98317388456192ocn013003539book19860.26Chekhov, Anton PavlovichOrchards : storiesFictionSeven of Anton Chekhov's short stories are presented, along with seven plays sparked by the short stories. The plays have been performed by The Acting Company54320ocn042244232book19770.59Fornes, Maria IreneFefu and her friends : a play+-+K7059000064811ocn008421282book19820.37Cohn, RubyNew American dramatists, 1960-1980Criticism, interpretation, etc2996ocn085899064book20070.79Fornes, Maria IreneLetters from Cuba and other playsDramaClean typescript+-+21259000062063ocn191697394book20080.77Fornes, Maria IreneWhat of the night? : selected plays+-+05359000061817ocn044437988book19900.84Fornes, Maria IreneAbingdon SquareDrama+-+99104774361091ocn026507490book19910.26Halpern, Daniel, edPlays in one actGathers plays by Edward Albee, Christopher Durang, Vaclav Havel, Garrison Keillor, David Mamet, Arthur Miller, Joyce Carol Oates, Sam Shepard, Tom Stoppard, Wendy Wasserstein, and Lanford Wilson912ocn006586700rcrd19690.50Carmines, AlPromenade893ocn013091107book19850.79Piñera, VirgilioCold air842ocn018106409book19870.86Puente, TitoLovers and keepers : a musical play828ocn183272326com19680.84Fornes, Maria IrenePromenade+-+2965900006625ocn183272274com19850.92Fornes, Maria IreneThe conduct of life615ocn183272329com19680.92Fornes, Maria IreneDr. Kheal605ocn183272324com19660.90Fornes, Maria IreneTango palace605ocn183272313com19930.88Fornes, Maria IreneMud605ocn183272325com19760.90Fornes, Maria IreneThe successful life of 3605ocn183272327com19680.90Fornes, Maria IreneMolly's dreamTypescript, copyrighted 1968594ocn183272323com20070.90Fornes, Maria IreneA Vietnamese wedding4542ocn034782609book19960.70Moroff, Diane LynnFornes : theater in the present tenseHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcChronologyThis book is the first full-length study of Maria Irene Fornes' plays. It begins with an overview of Fornes' thirty years in theater, focusing on the reception of her plays, the range of critical response, and provides an introduction to Fornes' theatrical philosophies. Ensuing chapters explore the metatheatrical characteristics of Fornes' earlier work from the 1960s, the representation of female subjectivity, theater as metaphor and context, art as ritual, and the role of the spectator, primarily through critical analysis of her plays of the 1970s and 1980s. The book concludes with an examination of the sexualization of character in Fornes' most recent plays, a theme that pervades much of her work. Directors, actors, and students of contemporary theater, and specifically of women's theater, will find this book not only an informative critique of Fornes, but a sourcebook for accessible interpretations of her complex theatrical texts+-+21725672953363ocn040830304book19990.74The theater of Maria Irene FornesHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+08061365352701ocn033209631book19960.79Kent, Assunta BartolomucciMaria Irene Fornes and her criticsHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+40824786853242277ocn775271589book20100.74Cummings, Scott TMaria Irene FornesHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcMaria Irene Fornes is the most influential female American dramatist of the 20th century. That is the argument of this important new study, the first to assess Fornes's complete body of work. Scott T. Cummings considers comic sketches, opera libretti and unpublished pieces, as well as her best-known plays, in order to trace the evolution of her dramaturgy from the whimsical Off-Off Broadway plays of the 1960s to the sober, meditative work of the 1990s. The book also reflects on her practice as an inspirational teacher of playwriting and the primary director of her own plays. Drawing on the lat2222ocn042592806book19990.66Conducting a life : reflections on the theatre of Maria Irene FornesHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+K957070206272ocn031747371book19930.93Hogg, JamesThe angry elder : the epigrams of Peter RussellCriticism, interpretation, etc192ocn607319033book20100.86Renganathan, MalaUnderstanding Maria Irene Fornes' theatreHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+9492088136324191ocn644710601com20040.50Burns, TomContemporary Literary CriticismCriticism, interpretation, etcStories, plots, etcCovers authors who are currently active or who died after December 31, 1959. Profiles novelists, poets, playwrights and other creative and nonfiction writers by providing criticism taken from books, magazines, literary reviews, newspapers and scholarly journals+-+451211232571ocn023613048visu19910.63Gerald Schoenfeld ; Maria Irene FornesInterviews51ocn024222509visu19910.74Maria Irene FornesInterviews41ocn026618866visu19900.74Spotlight focus on contemporary American theatreInterviews41ocn745930016book19990.47Trudeau, Lawrence JDrama CriticismCriticism, interpretation, etcStories, plots, etcEach print volume in this long-standing series profiles approximately 4-8 dramatists by providing full-text or excerpted criticism taken from books, magazines, literary reviews, newspapers and scholarly journals. Among those profiled in this volume are: James Joyce The Living Theatre Niccolo Machiavelli David Rabe+-+826571232532ocn034749976mix19960.92Norstrand, Julia JeannetteInvasion of the temple : women speaking on the ground of the abject in the plays of Maria Irene FornesCriticism, interpretation, etc31ocn030367839mix19920.82Moroff, Diane LynnTheatrical presents-- the plays of Maria Irene FornesCriticism, interpretation, etc31ocn024882250visu19910.47Gerald Schoenfeld ; Maria Irene FornesInterviews31ocn030367810mix19920.86Olsen, Robin JudyA delicate balance-- the plays of Maria Irene FornesCriticism, interpretation, etc24ocn869852901mix1.00Judson Memorial Church ArchiveHistoryReviewsSourcesExhibition catalogsThe Judson Memorial Church's (Washington Square, New York, New York) archive spans nearly two centuries (1839-2001). During that time, it has been a center of worship and of social activism such as civil rights, anti-war, reproductive rights, and the women's movement. In addition, it became a center for avant-garde art ranging from its role in the artistic revolt against Abstract Expressionism, to postmodern dance at the Judson Dance Theater, to the Judson Poets Theater. These aspects are documented in the papers, photographs, and other materials that comprise the collection. Items include various church records and meeting minutes, as well as materials regarding such artists as: Claes Oldenburg, Jim Dine, Lucinda Childs, Yvonne Rainer, Nam June Paik, Robert Rauschenberg, Yoko Ono, Meredith Monk, and many others21ocn698715943com20090.92Onstad, A. JConducting a pedagogy the influence of Maria Irene Fornes's teaching and the Padua Hills Playwright Workshop and Festival on three contemporary women playwrightsIn some circles, Maria Irene Fornes is as hallowed for her playwriting pedagogy as she is for her plays. Over the years, she developed a series of exercises and a method of presentation to guide students in what she described as "creating life." Many of these exercises were honed in various workshops including the legendary Padua Hills Playwrights Workshop and Festival under the direction of playwright Murray Mednick, whose pedagogical philosophy closely matched that of Fornes. In an effort to assess the broader implications of their combined approach to playwriting and its long-term effect on American theatre, this dissertation examines the impact of this playwriting pedagogy on the careers of three women playwrights, all alumnae of the Padua Hills Playwrights' Workshop and Festival, ultimately revealing how, as with Aristotle, teachers beget disciples who beget converts and so on, exponentially, ensuring the endurance of this unique approach to playwriting and the survival of the art21ocn050277665mix19970.97López, Tiffany AnaBodily inscriptions : representations of the female body as cultural critique in U.S. Latina dramaCriticism, interpretation, etc22ocn020986807book19880.47Geis, Deborah RMythmaking and storytelling : the monologue in contemporary American dramaCriticism, interpretation, etcAlthough the monologue has survived as a dramatic device since the time of Greek and Roman theater, relatively little attention has been devoted to its effect on dramatic narrative. Contemporary American playwrights extend and redefine the tradition of the monologue; drawing upon the experimental theater movements of the past two decades and sometimes imitating the fluidity of film, they invite us to establish a new theoretical context for discussing the kinds of "storytelling" that their monologues+-+9831738845+-+9831738845Thu Oct 16 15:57:21 EDT 2014batch25563