Waiting for Triumph: Alan Schneider and the American Response to Waiting for Godot

Alan Schneider, one of the most important American directors of the twentieth century, was know for being a “playwright’s director.” He believed it was his responsibility to interpret the script as a faithful representation of the playwright’s intent. For this reason, so many major playwrights [ . . . ]

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