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Work song : three views of Frank Lloyd Wright

Author: Jeffrey HatcherEric SimonsonBrendon FoxRobert FoxworthAmy BrennemanAll authors
Publisher: [Venice, Calif.] : L.A. Theatre Works, 2007.
Series: Audio theatre series.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on CD : CD audio : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Tensions between master architect Frank Lloyd Wright and his tempestuous relationships are explored in this uniquely prismatic view of one of the great architects of the modern era. How did Wright's art continue to thrive amid so much personal chaos?
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Genre/Form: Radio plays
Audiobooks
Radio adaptations
Drama
Named Person: Frank Lloyd Wright
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Jeffrey Hatcher; Eric Simonson; Brendon Fox; Robert Foxworth; Amy Brenneman; Jim Beaver; Chris Butler; Matthew Davis; Sean Dougherty; Charles Janasz; Kathryn Meisle; Kali Rocha; Raphael Sbarge; Susan Albert Loewenberg; L.A. Theatre Works.
ISBN: 1580813615 9781580813617
OCLC Number: 180054976
Notes: Compact discs.
"By Jeffrey Hatcher & Eric Simonson"--Container.
"A full cast production, the complete play"--Container.
Special feature: includes an exclusive 4-person panel discussion with director Brendon Fox, Wright biographer Harold Zellman, actor Robert Foxworth, and producing director Susan Loewenberg.
Credits: Directors, Eric Simonson & Brendon Fox ; Producing director, Susan Albert Loewenberg ; recording engineer/editor, Mark Holden.
Cast: Robert Foxworth, Amy Brenneman, Jim Beaver, Chris Butler, Matthew Patrick Davis, Sean Dougherty, Charles Janasz, Kathryn Meisle, Kali Rocha, Raphael Sbarge.
Description: 2 sound discs (129 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Series Title: Audio theatre series.
Other Titles: Three views of Frank Lloyd Wright
Responsibility: by Eric Simonson & Jeffrey Hatcher.

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Tensions between master architect Frank Lloyd Wright and his tempestuous relationships are explored in this uniquely prismatic view of one of the great architects of the modern era. How did Wright's art continue to thrive amid so much personal chaos?

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