Robert Wilson/New Phoenix Repertory (Theatrical production)

Kauffmann, Stanley
January 1974
New Republic;1/5/74, Vol. 170 Issue 1/2, p16
Entertainment Review
Reviews several theatrical productions. "Deafman Glance," and "The Life and Times of Joseph Stalin," directed by Robert Wilson; "Chemin de Fer," directed by Stephen Porter starring John McMartin; "Visit of the Old Lady," directed by Maurice Valency.


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