Hoffman, William M(oses)
HOFFMAN, William M(oses)
HOFFMAN, William M(oses). American, b. 1939. Genres: Plays/Screenplays, Songs/Lyrics and libretti, Gay and lesbian issues. Career: Ed., New American Play series, Hill & Wang publrs., NYC, 1968- (Drama Ed., 1961-68). Playwright-in-Residence, La Mama Theatre, NYC, 1978-79. Star Professor, Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York, 1980. One Life to Live, staff writer, 1991-92. Publications: PLAYS: Thank You, Miss Victoria, 1965; Saturday Night at the Movies, 1966; Good Night, I Love You, 1966; Spring Play, 1967; Three Masked Dances, 1967; Incantation, 1967; Uptight!, 1968; XXX, 1969, in London as Nativity Play, 1970; Luna, 1970; A Quick Nut Bread to Make Your Mouth Water, 1970; From Fool to Hanged Man, 1972; The Children's Crusade, 1972; I Love Ya, Ya Big Ape, 1973; Gilles de Rais, 1975; (with R. Englender) Notes from the New World, 1976; (with A. Holland) Cornbury, 1977; The Last Days of Stephen Foster, 1978; A Book of Etiquette, 1978; Gulliver's Travels, 1978; (with A. Holland) Shoe Palace Murray, 1978; Whistler: 5 Portraits, 1978; (with A. Holland) The Cherry Orchard: Part II, 1983; As Is, 1985. LIBRETTI: The Cloisters, 1968; Wed- ding Song, 1984; The Ghost of Versailles, 1991; Jack and Jill, 1994; Of Rage and Remembrance, 1996. EDITOR: New American Plays 2, 3, 4, 3 vols., 1968-71; Gay Plays: The First Collection, 1979. OTHER: Fine Frenzy (poems), 1972. Address: c/o Mitch Douglas, ICM, 40 W 57th St 16th Fl, New York, NY 10019-4098, U.S.A.