A Clown Show
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Genet has strong claims to be considered the greatest living playwright. His plays constitute a body of work unmatched for poetic and theatrical power which reaches, in at least two of the playsThe Balcony and The Blacksa pitch of inspiration and mastery.” Jack Kroll, NewsweekIn form, it flows as freely as an improvisation, with fantasy, allegory and intimations of reality mingled into a weird, stirring unity. . . . Genet’s investigation of the color black begins where most plays of this burning theme leave off. . . . This vastly gifted Frenchman uses shocking words and images to cry out at the pretensions and injustices of our world. . . . One of the most original and stimulating evenings Broadway or Off Broadway has to offer.” Howard Taubman, The New York Times
|Sold By||Grove/Atlantic, Inc.|
|ISBNs||9780802150288, 9780802150288, 0802194281, 9780802194282|
|Number of Pages||128|