Kenneth Bernard Biography (1930-)
Addresses: Home: 800 Riverside Drive, New York, NY, 10032; Office: Long Island University, Brooklyn, NY, 11201.
In addition to his other activities, Mr. Bernard has served as a consultant in the following capacities: in playwriting, New York Creative Artist Public Service Program for 1974 and 1975 awards; Massachusetts Arts and Humanities Foundation, for 1975 awards; in playwriting, fiction, poetry, nonfiction, Wisconsin Arts Board, for 1975 awards; in fiction, Maryland Arts Council, for 1978awards; coordinating Council of Literary Magazines, awards to magazines in the arts, 1974.
- Birth Details
- May 7, 1930
- Brooklyn, New York
- Non-Theatrical Career
- Teacher, fiction writer, poet, lecturer, literary critic.
- Plays, Published
- The Monkeys of the Organ Grinder, 1969; The Lovers, 1969; Marko's: A Vegetarian Fantasy, 1969; Mary Jane, 1970; Goodbye, Dan Bailey, 1971; Night Club and Other Plays, 1971; La Fin de Cirque, 1972; The Unknown Chinaman, 1973; The Sensuous Ape, 1975; The Magic Show of Dr. Ma-Gico, 1979; The Baboon in theNight Club, 1982; Dirty Old Man (radio play), 1982.
- Plays, Unpublished
- The Moke Eater, 1968; Kong Monolog, 1972; The Adjustment, 1973; How We Danced While We Burned, 1973; King Humpy, 1975; The Sixty Minute Queer Show, 1977; La Justice, or The Cock That Crew, 1979. Other writings in many journals,including Paris Review; Harpers; New York Herald Tribune; Antioch Review;Mutiny; Discourse: A Review of the Liberal Arts; Prairie Schooner; Grand Street; Margins; Confrontation; Yale/Theater.