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  • Harold Clurman

(1901-1980) joined with Lee Strasberg to form the Group Theatre in New York in 1931. Others in the group included Elia Kazan, Clifford Odets, and Lee J. Cobb. After the group disbanded in 1941, unlike most of its members who moved to Hollywood, Clurman stayed in New York to continue working in theatre. Between 1935 and 1980, he directed over 40 plays, including A Member of the Wedding (1950), Tiger at the Gates (1955), Touch of the Poet (1957), and Incident at Vichy (1965). He wrote seven books and was a drama critic for the New Republic (1948-1952) and The Nation (1953-1980). [End Page 30]



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