Arthur L. Kopit Summary

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306 words, approx. 2 pages
Critical Essay by Howard Taubman There is no difficulty of judgment where [a] lack of talent is transparent. Trouble arises when a piece reveals some flair yet settles for facile, complacent strokes o... Read more
218 words, approx. 1 pages
Critical Essay by Edith Oliver "The Day the Whores Came Out to Play Tennis" … is a farce about the invasion of a Jewish country club by eighteen of the tennis players. (p. 146) Th... Read more
218 words, approx. 1 pages
Critical Essay by Harold Clurman What I respect in the Kopit double bill of one-acters [Sing to Me Through Open Windows and The Day the Whores Came Out to Play Tennis] is that these "absurd�... Read more
315 words, approx. 2 pages
Critical Essay by Robert Brustein After the opening of his two new plays, Arthur Kopit was savaged by the press, a development which should surprise nobody familiar with the fickleness of American cul... Read more
1,798 words, approx. 6 pages
Critical Essay by Anne C. Murch [Man] is a misfit in the present and this condition is reflected in the drama he creates…. One recurrent element in that drama is ritual action. We shall conside... Read more
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Critical Essay by David L. Rinear Kopit's play [The Day The Whores Came Out To Play Tennis] is one act long, as opposed to the four acts of [Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard]. He utilizes on... Read more
288 words, approx. 1 pages
Critical Essay by John Simon The language of the mind losing hold of words as it drifts off to sleep was first explored by Joyce in Ulysses at the end of the Ithaca episode. But it was Beckett who, in... Read more