Very good w/good+ dustjacket (hardcover) 320pp. ISBN 0698105937 In this intimate portrait, Stuart Little follows Papp as he maneuvers his theater into national television and at the same time moves from small off Broadway stages to Broadway and from Broadway to Lincoln Center.
Near Fine in Very Good jacket. 8vo-6 ½ in. x 9 ¼ in. Inscribed By Joseph Papp Near Fine in Very Good mylar protected Dustjacket, Very Good 8vo, 320pgs. Self-made impresario, controversial producer, contentious champion of human rights and the First Amendment, founder of the New York Shakespeare Festival, and unquestionably the most dynamic force in American theater in the last quarter century, Joseph Papp (1921-1991) changed forever America' s cultural landscape. Inextricably tied to the New York Shakespeare Festival, which he founded in 1954, serving as its artistic director for 37years and which survived his death. Inscribed by the author to his good friend Arthur Abraham.
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