Transcripts of the New Broadways interviews, 1995-1996.


Transcripts of the New Broadways interviews, 1995-1996.

The transcripts of the New Broadways interviews are the research materials used by Berkowitz in his book, NEW BROADWAYS: THEATRE ACROSS AMERICA: APPROACHING A NEW MILLENNIUM.

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