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Kenneth H. Brown Biography (1936-)
Born March 9, 1936, in Brooklyn, NY; son of Kenneth F. (a New York City policeman) and Helen (department head, Swiss Bank Corporation; maiden name, Bella)Brown. Addresses: AGENT--c/o Richard O'Shea, 72 Second Street, GardenCity, NY 11530.
- Birth Details
- March 9, 1936
- Brooklyn, New York, United States
- PLAYS,PRODUCED The Brig, Living Theatre, New York City, 1963, for a two-year run, toured Europe in repertory of the Living Theatre for four years, performed in over thirty professional productions, and was made into a film by Jonas Mekis.
- The Happy Bar, Actors Studio, New York City, 1966.
- Devices, Yale School of Drama, New Haven, CT, Judson Poets Theatre, New York City, Actors Studio, New York City, and Manhattan Theatre Club, New YorkCity.
- Blake's Design, Yale School of Drama, 1968, and Theatre for the New City,New York City, 1974.
- The Green Room, University of Iowa, 1971.
- The Cretan Bull, O'Neill Theatre Center, Waterford, CT, 1972, Drake University, 1972, and Manhattan Theatre Club, New York City, 1973.
- Nightlight, Hartford Stage Company, CT, 1973.
- PLAYS,PUBLISHED The Brig, Hill and Wang, 1963.
- The Narrows, Dial Press, 1970.
- Nightlight, Samuel French Inc., 1973.
- has completed ten other plays, two are under option, one is in progress.
- "The Living Theatre," Tulane Drama Review, Fall, 1963.
- "Dada Drama Daddy," Arts Magazine, April, 1969.
- "Theatre of God," Plays & Players, London, September, 1964, and CityLights Journal, San Francisco, 1966.
- "The Illusion," Encore, London, 1965.
- "Lincoln Center," Plays & Players, London, November, 1965.
- "The Night Club," City Lights Journal, 1966.
- "Theatre, a Reflection of the National Personality," Arts Magazine, November, 1967.
- "Whose Cup of Tea Shall We Fill," New York Times, Sunday Drama section, April 2, 1967.
- "Homerun," The Evergreen Review, March, 1969.
- "The Death of the Artist in His Own Time," New York Times, Sunday Drama section, September, 1973.
- "The O'Neill Theatre," New York Times, Sunday Drama section, September, 1973.
- "Eulogy to Warren Finnerty," The Village Voice, December, 1974.
- "The Bright Side of Fifty," New York Times Magazine, January, 1986.
- "My Seed Grows Wilder," published in Kulchur Magazine, No.
- 14, Spring, 1964.
- "For Julian and Judith," Intermission Magazine, Hull House, Chicago, 1966, Yale/Theatre Magazine, Vol.
- 1, Spring, 1966.
- "Through a Cage Brightly," Intermission Magazine, Hull House, Chicago, 1965.
- BOOKS,UNPUBLISHED Three novels completed and one in progress.
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