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Contributors MIMI D'APONTE is on the Theatre faculty of the CUNY Graduate School and University Center, and is Associate Professor of Speech at Baruch College. Her writing has appeared in many journals. She and her husband, Nella D'Aponte, have translated Andrea Perrucci's La canlala de; paslor; as Shepherd's Song (1982). Her work on Italian ritual theatre has been published in Italian: Teatro religioso e rituale della Penisola Sorre,ltina e La Costiera Amalfitana (1984). ELIZABETH T. KLAVER teaches English at the University ofCalifomia, Riverside. She is currently working on a dissertation on Samuel Beckett's dramatic works. ROBERT LEACH is Lecturer in the Department of Drama and Theatre Arts at the University of Binningham. IAN MACKENZIE tcaches English in the Business School of the Universite de Lausanne, R,B. PARKER is Professor of English and currently Dean of Arts and Vice Provost of Trinity College in the University ofToronto. His research areas are Renaissance English Drama and modem American and Canadian drama, He edited an anthology ofessays on The Glass Menagerie in 1983, SUSAN SPECTOR has written on theatre design and perfonnance, She is Assistant Professor of Speech at Baruch College of the City University of New York where she directs plays and teaches acting. JENNY S. SPENCER teaches modem and contemporary drama at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. She has previously written on Marsha Nonnan in Modern Drama, and has published articles on Edward Bond for the Stratford-Upon-Avon Studies volume Contemporary English Drama (London, 1981) and Themes in Drama, 598 Contributors Vo1. 8 (Cambridge, 1986). She is currently researching contemporary British Socialist drama and finishing a book on Edward Bond. CAROL STRONGIN TUFfS is Associate Professor of English at Oberlin College where she teaches dramatic literature. She has published articles on Chekhov, Ibsen, and Shakespeare, and has recently completed an article on Lillian Hellman's The Children's Hour. PHYLLIS ZATLIN is Professor ofSpanish at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. Her principal research interests are contemporary Spanish theater and the narrative works of contemporary Spanish women writers. Her extensive publication in those fields includes books on Elena Quiroga, Victor Ruiz Iriarte, and Jaime Salam. With Martha T. Halsey, she is co-editor of The Contemporary Spanish Theater: A Collection o/Critical Essays, published in 1988. ...


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