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‘Big Death’ evokes the muse of playwrights past


URL: http://www.jewishjournal.com/arts/article/big_death_evokes_the_muse_of_playwrights_past_20070601

Mickey Birnbaum recently spent a year as an Inge Fellow in Independence, Kan., boyhood home of the late playwright William Inge, best known for his 1950s plays, "Picnic" and "Bus Stop." Birnbaum's "Big Death & Little Death," now being staged at the Road Theater Company in North Hollywood, does evoke playwrights of the past, but it is Thornton Wilder, not Inge, whose work has influenced Birnbaum.

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