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Additional Resources for Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 by Anna Deavere Smith

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Brustein, Robert "P.C. or NotP.C.," The New Republic, Vol. 210, no. 18, May 2,1994, pp 29- 31

A review of the Joseph Papp Public Theater production of Twilight- Los Angeles, 1992 arguing that Smith might be better classified "as a sociologist than artist." Brustein divides her figures into "victims, victimizers and viewers "

Corso,P J. "Anna Deavere Smith," AFRO AM-L Archives, October 24, 1994. http://www afrmet netMiallh/afrotalk/ afrooct94/0546.html, February 16,1997.

Corso relates Smith's method and matter to the work of Bertott Brecht but argues that the commercial success of her work inhibits its value as a catalyst for social change

Cortes, Monica Munoz "The Works of Anna Deavere Smith: An Exploration of Otherness," 95 McNair Journal.http://www.aad.berkeley.edu/95journal/MonicaCortes.html, January 15,1997.

Relates performance theory based on theories of Sigmund Freud and Jacques Lacan to Smith's "theater of otherness "

Feingold, Michael. "Twilight's First Gleaming" in the Village Voice, Vol...

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