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March 23, 2012


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Scott Walters

O'Neill's "Iceman Cometh" I seem to remember was a flop until it was revived Off Broadway by Jose Quintero; Pinter's "Birthday Party" comes to mind; and following the Norman Mailer model, "Look Back in Anger."


Sarah Kane's BLASTED


Hedda Gabler - critics hated the initial productions and published script.

Rob Weinert-Kendt


Karl Miller

"The Seagull"


Another Ibsen.



And possible contenders (though a little more research may be in order):

Racine's Phedre

Synge's The Playboy of the Western World

Jack Worthing

The Birthday Party

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I'm hopeful we see some additional functionality pulled into these records down the road, as I'm sure you are too...

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This is so funny. I thought we weren't going to hear from you for three days and everytime I refresh, there's a new fun post!...lol.

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