Fornés, Maria Irene

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FORNÉS, Maria Irene

FORNÉS, Maria Irene. American (born Cuba), b. 1930. Genres: Plays/Screenplays. Career: Playwright-Director, Theater for the New City, Padua Hills Festival, INTAR, and American Place Theatre, 1965-87. Publications: The Widow, 1963; The Office, 1965; The Successful Life of Three, 1965; Promenade, 1965; Tango Place, 1965; A Vietnamese Wedding, 1967; The Annunciation, 1967; The Red Burning Light, 1968; Promenade and Other Plays, 1971; The Curse of Langston Hughes, 1972; Aurora, 1973; Dr. Kheal, 1973; Molly's Dream, 1973; Cap-a-Pie, 1975; Washing, 1976; Lolita in the Garden, 1977; In Service, 1978; Fefu and Her Friends, 1978; Eyes on the Harem, 1979; Evelyn Brown, 1980; Blood Wedding, 1980; Life Is a Dream, 1981; A Visit, 1981; Mud, 1983; Sarita, 1984; The Danube, 1984; The Conduct of Life, 1985; No Time, 1985; Drowning, 1985; Cold Air, 1985; Lovers and Keepers, 1986; Plays, 1986; Abington Square, 1986; The Trial of Joan of Arc on a Matter of Faith, 1986; Charley, 1986; Art, 1986; Uncle Vanya, 1987; Hunger, 1988; And What of the Night, 1988; La Plaza Chica, 1994. Address: 1 Sheridan Sq, New York, NY 10014, U.S.A.