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Ridiculous! : the theatrical life and times of Charles Ludlam

著者: David Kaufman
出版商: New York, NY : Applause Theatre & Cinema Books, 2002.
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"From his first, unscripted appearance on an Off-Broadway stage in the revolutionary Sixties to the front-page news of his death from AIDS in 1987 at age 44, Charles Ludlam embodied the upheavals of his time. The astonishing life and legacy of this American comic genius are at last revealed in Ridiculous!, a literary biography of a theatrical force to be reckoned with." "After founding the Ridiculous Theatrical  再读一些...
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Kaufman, David (David A.).
Ridiculous!
New York, NY : Applause Theatre & Cinema Books, 2002
(OCoLC)606931354
提及的人: Charles Ludlam; Charles Ludlam
材料类型: 传记
文档类型 图书
所有的著者/提供者: David Kaufman
ISBN: 1557835888 9781557835888
OCLC号码: 50946011
描述: xiv, 496 pages, [32] pages of plates : illustrations ; 23 cm
内容: Introduction: A lifetime to explain --
Suburban rebel --
The whold world his stage --
Flaming creatures --
Glitter and be gay --
With the force from my emerald eye --
A well-made play --
In the forbidden city --
The ultimate masochism --
Caprice itself --
A talent like this --
Secret lives --
Ridiculous diva --
One for the ages --
Every day a little death --
Toodle-oo, Marguerite!
责任: David Kaufman.

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"From his first, unscripted appearance on an Off-Broadway stage in the revolutionary Sixties to the front-page news of his death from AIDS in 1987 at age 44, Charles Ludlam embodied the upheavals of his time. The astonishing life and legacy of this American comic genius are at last revealed in Ridiculous!, a literary biography of a theatrical force to be reckoned with." "After founding the Ridiculous Theatrical Company in 1967, Ludlam sustained an ever-shifting troupe of bohemian players through two decades of daunting circumstances by writing 29 plays- plays that he directed and starred in as well. Ludlam's gender-bending theories and creative experimentation have reached far beyond his early influence on Bette Midler, the original cast of Saturday Night Live, and countless other artists. Posthumously, his work has become increasingly popular at regional theaters, on college campuses, and on stages throughout the world."--BOOK JACKET.

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