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Bernt Arst Pack At The Royl Xchaynjis (Review)

Matrix 63: 14. April/May 1986.

Black Hole Gets Lost in Space

Los Angeles Times Section VI, p. 12. April 9, 1982.

Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451 Musical Due in November

Science Fiction Chronicle 10(1):6. October 1988.

Campus Heroes Meet in a Sci-Fi Embrace

Times Higher Education Supplement. 281:11. March 11, 1977.

Carrie is Most Expensive Broadway Flop in History

Science Fiction Chronicle 9(10):6. July 1988.

City of Dreadful Night

Times (London) p. 20d. March 9, 1989.

Dead Child as Fantasy in Albee's Plays

in: Palumbo, Donald, ed. Spectrum of the Fantastic. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1988. pp.203-208.

Eugène Ionesco: The Fantastic and Social Estrangement

in: Palumbo, Donald, ed. Spectrum of the Fantastic. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1988. pp.195-201.

First Nighter: Stirring Drama of Rocket Age

Dallas Morning News Sec. 1, p. 20. December 5, 1956.

From Reality to Fantasy: Displacement and Death in Albee's Zoo Story

in: Langford, Michele K., ed. Contours of the Fantastic. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1990. pp.19-28.

Furor over Basis for Phantom of the Opera

Science Fiction Chronicle 9(10):7. July 1988.

Henforward: SF in the Theatre

New York Review of Science Fiction No. 7: 1-4. March 1989.

Horror Live!

Fear No. 24: 31-34. December 1990.

Lighting Up the City

Times (London) p. B96. March 4, 1989.

Metropolis

Times Literary Supplement p. B45a. March 17, 1989.

Metropolis

Times Literary Supplement p. 279. March 17, 1989.

Notes From a Low-Budget Stage Director

PKDS Newsletter No. 22/23:3-4. December 1989.

Occult Play

Houston Daily Post p. 6. November 23, 1886.

P. K. Dick's Flow My Tears... to Be Performed in NYC

Science Fiction Chronicle 9(9): 5. June 1988.

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