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Playwright File: Robert Patrick (8)

Description: File contains pieces written by Robert Patrick, including a letter to the editor of TheaterWeek (November 12-18, 1990, clipping); articles entitled "House Rules for the New Dawn" (typescript), "Robert Patrick--A Personal History" (typescript on Saturday Review column paper); "Off-Offense is the Best Defense" (marked up typescript on newsprint), "The Caffe Cino: A Gay Legend, or The Critic and the Closet, by Robert Patrick, Temple Slave" (marked up typescript on newsprint), "A Play to Help Us Endure the Imminent and Prolonged Absence of John and Merril and Jaime" (marked up typescript), "The Other Brick Road" (typescript), and "City Sets Ban on Straight Sex to Stop K.I.D.S. -- K.I.D.S. Linked to 100% of Violence, Death" (dot matrix print-out); and a later copy of a 1978 speech to the International Theatre Arts Conference.

Document format: Press
Date published: November 1990
Language: English
Identifier: OBJ.1990.0013
Measurements: 8.5 in (width) x 11 in (height)
LCSH Names Authority: La Mama Experimental Theatre Club
Patrick, Robert, 1937-
Caffe Cino
LCSH Subjects: Off Off-Broadway theater
Experimental theater--New York (State)--New York
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