Stage Dust: A Critic's Cultural Scrapbook from the 1990s
Stage Dust is an assortment of notices, columns, profiles, and essays which describe the performances, plays, personalities, trends and controversies that preoccupied the cultural scene in America in the last decade of the twentieth century, with special emphasis on the theatre. It contains personal observations about some of the seminal performances that took place in the 1990s and the artists that were prominent during that period, culled from a variety of periodical sources including The New York Times, The L.A.Times, American Theatre Magazine, The Guardian (UK), The Sunday Times (UK), The Observer (UK) and London Times (UK). Using brief linking commentary, it also fills in the necessary foreground and background of the items under review.
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