The finest European drama braved hostile critical review to display an obscure premise. Pinter and Mrozek created stage events which forced audiences to confront ambiguity. In America, there were playwrights like Kopit, Shepard and Albee who sometimes confounded critics with their mysteries.
Originally printed in Evergreen Review
printed from original negative
printed on 11" x 14" paper
image size: 9" x 10"
signed by the artist