Cover artwork © 1995 by Red Grooms. Scale model of set for John Guare’s Moon Under Miami, first performed at the Organic Theater, Chicago, 1995. Reproduced by kind permission of the artist and Marlborough Gallery.
The New American Theater
Edited by Bradford Morrow, Guest Edited by John Guare.
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