Griffin, Alice

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GRIFFIN, Alice. American. Genres: Theatre. Career: Hunter College of the City University of New York, temporary tutor, 1948, faculty member, 1948-68; Herbert H. Lehman College of the City University of New York, Bronx, NY, professor of English and director of graduate studies, 1968-91. American National Theatre and Academy, member of board of directors; National Council on the Arts, member. Drama critic and interviewer for WBAI-Radio, WNYC-Radio, and WNCN-Radio, all NYC, 1957-61. Publications: Pageantry on the Shakespearean Stage, 1951; Living Theatre: A Study Guide to Great Plays, 1951; Living Theatre, 1953; The Sources of Ten Shakespearean Plays, 1966; Rebels and Lovers: Shakespeare's Young Heroes and Heroines, 1976; Understanding Tennessee Williams, 1995; Understanding Arthur Miller, 1996; Understanding Lillian Hellman, in press. Contributor of articles and reviews to periodicals. Address: 492 Southwest Pine Tree Lane, Palm City, FL 34991, U.S.A.

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