Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
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Duberman Martin Bauml Biography (1930-)
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- playwright, writer
- Professor of history, Harvard University, Yale University, Princeton University, 1956-71; professor of history, Lehman College, City University of NewYork, 1971-.
- Active in civil rights, anti-Vietnam war, and gay liberation movements.
First Stage Work
- George, Our Town, Mac-Arthur Summer Theatre, Vermont/New Hampshire, 1948.
In White America, 1963, produced at the Sheridan Square Playhouse,over 500 performances; The Memory Bank, Tambellini's Gate, 1970;The Colonial Dudes, Manhattan Theatre Club, 1973, John Drew Theatre, Easthampton, NY, 1972; Payments, The New Dramatists, New York, 1971-72;Visions of Kerouac, Lion Theatre, New York, 1976, Odyssey Theatre, Los Angeles, 1977; Metaphors, 1968; The Guttman Ordinary Scale, 1975; The Recorder, 1969; Male Armor, 1968;
- author of nine books.
Show, 1965; Partisan Review, 1966-67; Harper's,1976-77.