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Marowitz, Charles

MAROWITZ, Charles

MAROWITZ, Charles. American, b. 1934. Genres: Plays/Screenplays, Theatre. Career: Open Space Theatre, London, artistic director, 1968-81; Malibu Stage Company, artistic director, 1990-. Publications: The Method as Means, 1961; A Macbeth, 1973; Confessions of a Counterfeit Critic, 1974; The Shrew, 1975; Artaud at Rodex, 1976; The Act of Being, 1977; The Marowitz Shakespeare, 1978; New Theatre Voices of the 50s and 60s, 1981; Sex Wars, 1982; Potboilers: Three Black Comedies, 1986; Prospero's Staff: Acting and Directing in the Contemporary Theatre, 1986; Disciples, 1987; (trans.) Cyrano de Bergerac; Sherlock's Last Case (play), 1988; Recycling Shakespeare (criticism), 1992; Directing the Action (acting book), 1992; Bashville in Love (musical play), 1995; Quack (musical play), 1996; Alarums & Excursions: Our Theaters in the 90s (reviews); The Other Way: An Alternative Approach to Acting and Directing, 1999; Boulevard Comedies, 2000. ADAPTOR: The Marowitz Hamlet, 1965; Marlowe: Dr. Faustus, 1965. EDITOR & CONTRIBUTOR: Theatre at Work, 1971; Encore Reader, 1970; Open Space Plays, 1974. Address: 3058 Sequit Dr, Malibu, CA 90265, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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