Napoleon, Davi
March 2012
American Theatre;Mar2012, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p42
The article profiles the playwright and actor Joseph Zettelmaier. His writing process, which involves constant revision and input from actors, is described and his plays including "Language Lessons," "Shoes," and "It Came From Mars" are examined. His relationship with the Purple Rose Theatre Company in Chelsea, Michigan and the Performance Network Theatre in Ann Arbor, Michigan is also explored.


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