University of Michigan Press, 2008 - 176 страница
"Suzan-Lori Parks is one of America's most distinctive playwrights. In 2007 her creation 365 Plays/365 Days was produced in more than seven hundred theaters around the world. She has been named one of Time magazine's "100 Innovators for the Next New Wave" and is a recipient of the MacArthur Award. A former student of James Baldwin, Parks is a prolific author with novels, screenplays, and even a musical to her credit, but she is best known for her plays. Works such as Topdog/Underdog, In the Blood, Venus, The Death of the Last Black Man in the Whole Entire World, Imperceptible Mutabilities in the Third Kingdom, and The America Play have been widely produced and have won the highest honors (including the Pulitzer Prize and two Obies), but to date, books on Parks have been scarce.
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Under the Piano and All That Jazz
Choral Explorations of Race and Politics
The Red Letter Plays
List of Premieres
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