The Best of 1992

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The Kentucky Cycle

These nine plays spanning seven hours -- and two centuries -- aspire to nothing less than a history of America, mythic in scale yet humbly rooted in the evolving fate of the same few hundred acres of Kentucky. Playwright Robert Schenkkan proves a spectacularly vivid revisionist, underscoring the violence, exploitation, multiracial antagonism and unchecked injustice of our past. Produced at Seattle's Intiman Theater and Los Angeles' Mark Taper Forum, this was the first Pulitzer Prize drama not seen in New York City and is thus a triumph for all regional theater.

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Conversations with My Father

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