Richard   Foreman





Richard Foreman



Richard Foreman graduated from Brown University (B.A. 1959), and received an MFA in Playwriting from Yale School of Drama in 1962.[1] As an undergraduate, he was instrumental in the formation of Production Workshop, Brown University's student theatre group, while taking part in other student theatre, including set-designing Brownbrokers' 1958 production of Down to Earth.[2] In 1993, Brown presented him with an honorary doctorate.[3] In 1968 he founded the Ontological-Hysteric Theater, which began as an art-oriented project in the New York district of Soho, and later moved to a semi-permanent "home" at Joseph Papp's Public Theater. From 1992 to 2010, the non-profit organization was in residence at the theater at St. Mark's Church in-the-Bowe ...more

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Paradise Hotel

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Richard Foreman: Plays and ...

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Bad Boy Nietzsche! and Othe...

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No-body: A Novel in Parts

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Love & Science: Selected Mu...

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Reverberation Machines: The...

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The Manifestos and Essays

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