Shared Stages: Ten American Dramas of Blacks and Jews (Paperback)

Shared Stages: Ten American Dramas of Blacks and Jews By Sarah Blacher Cohen (Editor), Sarah Blacher Cohen (Introduction by), Joanne B. Koch (Editor) Cover Image

Shared Stages: Ten American Dramas of Blacks and Jews (Paperback)

By Sarah Blacher Cohen (Editor), Sarah Blacher Cohen (Introduction by), Joanne B. Koch (Editor)

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Author and playwright Sarah Blacher Cohen is Professor Emerita of English at the University at Albany, State University of New York. Her previous books include Making a Scene: The Contemporary Drama of Jewish-American Women, as well as her plays, Molly Picon's Return Engagement, The Ladies Locker Room, Schlemiel the First, and The Old System. Joanne B. Koch is a playwright, author, screenwriter and Professor of English and Director of the Graduate Writing Program at National-Louis University in Chicago. Her previous works include the produced plays Nesting Dolls, Safe Harbor, Teeth, Haymarket, A Leading Woman, and the Bellow adaptation A Silver Dish, as well as an Emmy Award-winning television series, High Top Tower.
Author and playwright Sarah Blacher Cohen is Professor Emerita of English at the University at Albany, State University of New York. Her previous books include Making a Scene: The Contemporary Drama of Jewish-American Women, as well as her plays, Molly Picon's Return Engagement, The Ladies Locker Room, Schlemiel the First, and The Old System. Joanne B. Koch is a playwright, author, screenwriter and Professor of English and Director of the Graduate Writing Program at National-Louis University in Chicago. Her previous works include the produced plays Nesting Dolls, Safe Harbor, Teeth, Haymarket, A Leading Woman, and the Bellow adaptation A Silver Dish, as well as an Emmy Award-winning television series, High Top Tower.
Product Details ISBN: 9780791472828
ISBN-10: 0791472825
Publisher: State University of New York Press
Publication Date: October 4th, 2007
Pages: 558
Language: English
Series: SUNY Series in Modern Jewish Literature and Culture