Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Off-Off Broadway and Beyond

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Donald L. Brooks is a playwright, director, designer and actor who has worked Off-Off-Broadway with Soren Agenoux, Edward Albee, Ross Alexander, Michael Allinson, Word Baker, ‘Ntoni Bastiano, George Barteneiff, Bhaskar, James Bidgood, Julie Bovasso, Kenny Burgess, Dorothy Cantwell, Al Carmines, Joseph Cino, Jacque Lynn Colton, Ralph Cook, Jackie Curtis, Robert Dahdah, Joseph C. Davies, Divine, Johnny Dodd, Magie Dominic, Roslyn Drexler, Helen Duberstein, Joan Durant, Ethyl Eichelberger, Tom Eyen, Ron Faber, Edie Falco, Crystal Field, Harvey Fierstein, Richard Foreman, María Irene Fornés, Kevin Geer, Amlin Gray, John Guare, James Jennings, George Harris, The Harris Family, Robert Heide, Lee Kissman, Arthur Kopit, H. M. Koutoukas, Russell Krum, Don Kvares, Deborah Lee, Ralph Lee, Rosetta LeNoir, Jacques Levy, Barbara Loden, Lucille Lortel, Charles Ludlam, Gretchen MacLane, Adele Mailer, Bill Maloney, Marshall W. Mason, Taylor Meade, Murray Mednick, John Herbert McDowell, Andy Milligan, Mabou Mines, Meredith Monk, Mario Montez, Tiger Morse, Richard Morse, Larry Myers, Odetta, Ondine, Joel Oppenheimer, Rochelle Owens, Sally Ordway, Robert Patrick, Austin Pendleton, Bernadette Peters, Gerry Ragni, Christopher Reeve, Tim Robbins, Natalie Rogers, Arthur Sainer, Stuart Sherman, Sam Shepard, Michael Smith, Lewis J. Stadlin, Charles Stanley, David Starkweather, Ellen Stewart, Lincoln Swados, Harvey Tavel, Ronald Tavel, Megan Terry, David Tice, John Vaccaro, Jean-Claude van Itallie, Hervé Villechaize, James Waring, Jeff Weiss, Arthur Williams, David Willinger, Lanford Wilson and Mary Woronov. He has been active Off-Off-Broadway continuously for over forty years and is numbered among the innovators of the movement -- indeed, having given the name “Off-Off-Broadway” in jest to a Village Voice writer who subsequently created listings headed as “Off-Off-Broadway”. His plays have often been controversial, most notably “Xircus, the Private Life of Jesus Christ” and "Superfreak, the Death of Joe Cino", both of which he was the author.

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