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Rochelle Owens Biography (1936-)
Born Rochelle Bass, April 2, 1936, in Brooklyn, NY; daughter of Maxwell and Molly (Adler) Bass; married George D. Economou (a university professor), June17, 1962. Addresses: HOME--606 W. 116th Street, No. 34, New York, NY 10027. AGENT--(New York) Elisabeth Marton, 96 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10011; (London) c/o Michael Imison, Dr. Jan Van Loewen, Ltd., 81-83 Shaftesbury Avenue, London W1V 8BX, England.
- Birth Details
- April 2, 1936
- Brooklyn, New York, United States
- The String Game, Judson Poet's Theatre, New York City, 1965, published byMethuen, 1969.
- Futz, Tyrone Guthrie Workshop Theatre, Minneapolis, MN, 1965, then Cafe La Mama Theatre, New York City, 1966, published by Hawk's Well Press, 1962, and Methuen, 1969.
- Istanboul, Judson Poet's Theatre, 1968, then Actors Playhouse, New York City, 1971, published by Hawk's Well Press, 1968.
- Homo, Cafe La Mama Theatre, 1966, later Ambiance Theater, London, 1966, published by Hawk's Well Press, 1968.
- Beclch, Theatre for the Living Arts, Philadelphia, PA, then Gate Theatre,New York City, 1968, published by Hawk's Well Press, 1968.
- Futz and What Came After, produced in New York City, 1968, published by Random House, 1968.
- The Karl Marx Play, American Place Theatre, New York City, 1973, published by Dutton, 1974.
- He Wants Shih, produced in New York City, 1971, published by Dutton, 1974.
- Emma Instigated Me, produced in New York City, 1976, published in Performance Arts Journal, 1976.
- The Widow and Me Colonel, produced in New York City, 1977, published in Best Short Plays, 1977, by Crown, 1977.
- Who Do You Want, Piere Vidal?, Theatre for the New City, New York City, 1982.
- Chucky's Hunch, Harold Clurman Theatre, New York City, 1982.
- Futz, Commonwealth United, 1969.
- Not Be Essence That Cannot Be, Trobar, 1961.
- Salt and Core, Black Sparrow Press, 1968.
- I Am the Babe of Joseph Stalin's Daughter: Poems, 1961-71, Kulchur Press,1972.
- Poems from Joe's Garage, Wittenborn, 1973.
- The Joe Eighty-Two Creation Poems, Black Sparrow Press, 1974.
- The Joe Chronicles II, Black Sparrow Press, 1977.
- Also Shemuel, 1979; French Light, 1984; Constructs, Anthropoligists at aDinner Party, both 1985; Anthologies: Four Young Lady Poets, Totem-Corinth Press, 1962; A Controversy of Poets, Doubleday, 1965; Technicians of the Sacred, Doubleday, 1969; Inside Outer Space, Anchor Books, 1970.
- Sweet Potatoes, 1977.