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Synopsis: Winner of the 2007 Lambda Literary Foundation Book Award (LAMMY) for drama. A collection of over twenty off-off-Broadway plays originally produced at the legendary Greenwich Village coffeehouse during the 1960s, where off-off Broadway theatre was born. In place of a traditional introduction, readers will find memoir-style essays by such pioneers as Edward Albee, Robert Patrick and Phoebe Wray, plus over fifty archival photographs.
About the Author: STEVE SUSOYEV writes for the legal community on the child-custody rights of gay and lesbian parents and other human rights issues. His bestselling memoir, People Farm, won a 2004 Writer s Digest Culture Award. The White Crane Journal calls him An example of the gay man as seeker, as victim, as redeemed and redeemer. Steve practices law in San Francisco, specializing in the needs of people with life-threatening conditions.
GEORGE BIRIMISA was the first openly gay playwright to receive a Rockefeller Foundation Grant. He later won the Drama-Logue Award for his 1978 play Rainbow in the Night. Daddy Violet, the 1967 play included in this collection, opened at the Caffe Cino and went on to tour college campuses in the U.S. and Canada. Village Voice drama critic Ross Wetzsteon wrote of the 1968 play Georgie Porgie, Birimisa s considerable talent [is] as fluid as it is raw, as passionate as it is brutal. The founder and director of Intergeneration Writing Workshops in San Francisco, George won the Harry Hay award in 2005 as ". . . noted playwright, teacher and cherished inspiration across the generations of the LGBT community."
Title: Return to the Caffe Cino
Publisher: Moving Finger Press
Publication Date: 2006
Book Condition: Used: Good
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