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Additional Resources for The Foreigner by Larry Shue

Larry Shue
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Further Reading

Gorsline, David L. Larry Shue, An Appreciation, http// www.geocities.com/SoHo/Studios/4753/Shue.html, July 14, 1998.

A tribute to Shue that includes biographical information not found elsewhere, along with interesting details regarding the production of Shue's plays.

"Larry Shue," in Contemporary Literary Criticism, Vol. 52, Gale, 1989, pp. 390-94.

Excerpts from twelve critical essays covering Shue's major plays, including Douglas Watt, Frank Rich, John Simon, and Edith Oliver on The Foreigner.

"Shue, Larry," in Contemporary Authors, Vol. 145, Gale, 1995, pp. 411-13.

An overview of Shue's life and work with biographical information, a brief summary and assessment of his plays, and a list of newspaper and magazine articles referring to Shue.

Winer, Laurie. "Theatre Jerry Zaks, Guide to Wenceslas Square " in the New York Times, February 28,1988, Section 2, p. 5.

Jerry Zaks, director of the original New York production of The Foreigner, is quoted extensively and his comments reveal much about Shue's personality and...

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