I haven't read in it for a long time, but Alex, you may be interested in ACTING NATURALLY: MARK TWAIN IN THE CULTURE OF PERFORMANCE, by Randall Knoper. Also, Twain is treated as a lecturer in Fred Lorch, THE TROUBLE BEGINS AT EIGHT.
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From: Alex Effgen <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Tuesday, April 22, 2008 12:30:22 PM
Subject: Mark Twain on stage
Given Holbrook's recent tour of New England, and the successful run
of "Is He Dead?" I wonder what study has been made of Twain or his
works adapted for the stage both during his life and after. Is there
an easy reference list of his work adapted? Has this been discussed?
Mr. Alex B. Effgen
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