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Experimental Theater Director Herbert Blau, 87
"A fiercely iconoclastic theater director, scholar and theorist who staged some of the earliest productions of Beckett, Brecht and Genet in the United States, ... he is probably best remembered for starting, with Jules Irving, the Actor's Workshop in San Francisco in 1952" and for his 1964 book, The Impossible Theater: A Manifesto. The New York Times 05/08/13
Posted May 8, 2013 12:52 AM




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