Paradise Hotel: and other plays

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Overlook Press, Mar 1, 2001 - Drama - 319 pages
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This brand new collection of plays reaffirms Richard Foreman's status as "the reigning philosopher vaudvillian of the New York avant-garde". In addition to six new plays -- "Paradise Hotel", "The Universe", "Permanent Brain Damage", "Risk It! Risk It!", "Pearls for Pigs" and "Benita Canova" (the last two of which won Obie awards for Best Play -- this collection also boasts two essays. "On My Plays" and "Rules", which elaborate on Foreman's singular approach to the art of playwrighting. Filled with Foreman's signature wit and vision, Paradise Hotel is the work a true genius of American theater.

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Contents

On the Plays
7
Rules
10
Notes on Producing the Plays THE PLAYS
13
Copyright

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