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Kazimierz Braun<br>A History of Polish Theater, 1939-1989

Kazimierz Braun
A History of Polish Theater, 1939-1989

Greenwood Press , February 1996

 
Re-Reading Grotowski <br> A special issue of <i>TDR: The Drama Review</i> on Jrzy Grotowski<br>Guest-Edited by Kris Salata & Lisa Wolford Wylam

Re-Reading Grotowski
A special issue of TDR: The Drama Review on Jrzy Grotowski
Guest-Edited by Kris Salata & Lisa Wolford Wylam

MIT Press Journals , May 2008

Publication was made possible, in part, through a grant from the Polish Cultural Institute in New York.
 
Grotowski’s Empty Room: A Challenge to the Theatre

Grotowski’s Empty Room: A Challenge to the Theatre

by Paul Allain (editor)
Seagull Books , September 2009

The essays in Grotowski's Empty Room analyze how the internationally renowned Polish director Grotowski’s explorations in the theater continue to challenge dramatists and directors.
 
What I Received From God and From People: A Story of Helena Modrzejewska

What I Received From God and From People:
A Story of Helena Modrzejewska

by Joanna Sokolowska-Gwizdka
translated by Bozena U. Zaremba and Ewa Chwojko-Srawley, with a foreword by Kazimierz Braun
BoRey Publishing , August 2009

One of the most famous actresses of her time, and inspiration for Susan Sontag’s last novel, In America, Helena Modjeska (Helena Modrzejewska, 1840-1909) enjoyed an unprecedented career in Poland before moving to the United States at age 36 to launch an equally remarkable career in this country. This biographical study provides a quick and interesting introduction to her life.