Playwright File: Jeff Weiss
This file contains: a number of newsclippings about Weiss and his work; a dozen letters, mostly from Weiss and Ricardo Martinez to Ellen Stewart; programs and promotional materials for shows both at La MaMa and elsewhere; two copies of Weiss's resume; Volume 48, Number 3, of "Theater" containing Alisa Solomon's article "Who Knows Where or When?: AIDS and Theatrical Memory in Queer Time"; and a copy of an autobiographical-ish account (inscribed by the author to Weiss) of a transgender cabaret performer called Minette: Recollections of a Part Time Lady (with text edited by Steve Watson and photographs selected by Ray Dobbins, self-published, 1979). Also includes a few paper printouts of photos of Weiss and friends (including Ellen Stewart) from the 1970s-era.
1969 – 2015
Correspondence, Programs, Written Reviews, Press, Promotional Materials
Newsprint, copy paper, envelopes, publications
approximately 50 individual items
11 in (width) 17 in (height)
Locomotive Munch:, Gloria And Esperanza, Waiting Boy, And That's How the Rent Gets Paid, Horsemeat, And That's How the Rent Gets Paid, Part Two, International Wrestling Match: An Old Testament Morality Play In Two Vengeful Acts, The
Correspondence in this folder is restricted to in-house viewing.