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Individual: Paul Foster

Biography
Paul Roose-Evans Foster (born October 15, 1931 in Penns Grove, New Jersey) is an American playwright, theater director, and producer. He was a founding member and the first president of La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club.
Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Foster_(playwright)
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La MaMa Christmas Show (1971)
Satyricon (1972)
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Silver Queen (1973)
Rags To Riches To Rags (1974)
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Silver Queen Saloon (1978)
Elisabeta I (1979)
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La MaMa Repertory Troupe in Aarhus (1967)
La MaMa Repertory Troupe at Edinburgh International Festival (1967)
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