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Lee Devin, Professor Emeritus

Austin, R., L. Devin, and E. Sullivan. 2012. Accidental Innovation: Supporting Valuable Unpredictability in the Creative Process. Organization Science 23 (5): 1505-1522.
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Devin, L., and R. Austin. 2012. The Soul of Design: Harnessing the Power of Plot to Create Extraordinary Products. Stanford, CA: Stanford Business Books.
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Austin, R., and L. Devin. 2010. Not Just a Pretty Face: Economic Drivers behind the Arts-in-Business Movement. Journal of Business Strategy 31 (4): 59-69.
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Austin, R., and L. Devin. 2009. It is Okay for Artists to Make Money... No, Really, It's Okay. Harvard Business School Working Paper Series (No. 09-128).
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Austin, R., and L. Devin. 2009. Weighing the Benefits and Costs of Flexibility in Making Software: Toward a Contingency Theory of the Determinants of Development Process Design. Information Systems Research 20 (3): 462-477.
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Austin, R., and L. Devin. 2008. Aesthetic Coherence and the Hunt for Big Margins. Harvard Business Review (January): 19-20.
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Devin, L., and R. Austin. 2008. Artistic Methods and Business Disorganization. In 21st Century Management: A Reference Handbook, edited by C. Wankel, 490-499. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
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Austin, R., and L. Devin. 2008. Knowledge Work, Craft Work, and Calling. In Global Neighbors: Christian Faith and Moral Obligation in Today's Economy, edited by D.A. Hicks and M. Valeri, 167-195. Grand Rapids, MI: Wm. B. Eerdmans.
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Austin, R., L. Devin, and E. Sullivan. 2008. Oops! Accidents Lead to Innovations; So, How do you Create More Accidents?. Wall Street Journal, July 7, R6.
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Devin, L. 2006. An Innovative Frame of Mind. Cutter Benchmark Review 6 (5).
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Balachandra, L., M. Crossan, L. Devin, K. Leary, and B. Patton. 2005. Improvisation and Teaching Negotiation: Developing Three Essential Skills. Negotiation Journal 21 (4): 435-441.
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Devin, L., and R. Austin. 2004. Planning to Get Lucky. Cutter IT Journal 17 (11).
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Austin, R., and L. Devin. 2004. Successful Innovation through Artful Process. Leader to Leader (32): 48-55.
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Austin, R., and L. Devin. 2004. The Economics of Agility in Software Development. Harvard Business School Working Paper Series (No. 04-057).
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Austin, R., and L. Devin. 2003. Artful Making: What Managers Need to Know about How Artists Work. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Financial Times / Prentice Hall.
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Austin, R., and L. Devin. 2003. Beyond Requirements: Software Making as Art. IEEE Software 20 (1): 93-95.
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Devin, L. 1997. Conceiving the Forms: Play Analysis for Production Dramaturgy. In Dramaturgy in American Theater: A Source Book, edited by S. Jonas, G.S Proehl, and M. Lupu. Fort Worth, TX: Harcourt.
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Devin, L., Author of Acting Edition of Script. 1995. The Madwoman of Chaillot by J. Giraudoux. Malvern, PA: People's Light and Theatre Company.
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Devin, L., Author of Acting Edition of Script. 1988. A Doll House by H. Ibsen. Malvern, PA: People's Light and Theatre Company.
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Devin, L., and A. Adams, Authors of Acting Edition of Script. 1988. Oedipus by Sophocles. Malvern, PA: People's Light and Theatre Company.
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Devin, L., Librettist, and S. Hodkinson, Composer. 1987. St. Carmen of the Main by M. Tremblay. Performed at Guelph Spring Festival, Guelph, ON, Canada, May.
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Devin, L., Librettist, and S. Hodkinson, Composer. 1987. St. Carmen of the Main by M. Tremblay. New York: G. Schirmer.
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Devin, L., and E. Lebano, Translators. 1987. Think it Over, Giacomino! by L. Pirandello. Pirandellian Studies (Winter).
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Devin, L. 1986. Amazing Grace, a One Act Play. Performed at People's Light and Theatre Company, Malvern, PA.
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Devin, L., Librettist, and J. Grant, Composer. 1985. Dreamer, an Opera in One Act. Performed at Banff School of the Arts, Banff, AB, Canada.
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Devin, L., and M. Wettlin, Authors of Acting Version of Script. 1985. Summerfolk by M. Gorky. Malvern, PA: People's Light and Theatre Company.
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Devin, L. 1981. Frankenstein, or, The Modern Prometheus: An Adventure in Pseudo-Science, a Five Part Drama. Performed at the radio program Earplay.
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Devin, L. 1978. When the Time Comes, a One Act Play. Performed at the radio program Earplay.
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Devin, L., Librettist, and S. Hodkinson, Composer. 1975. The Swinish Cult, an Opera in Two Acts.

Devin, L. 1974. Black Glass Butterfly, a One Act Play. Performed at the radio program Earplay.
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Devin, L., Librettist, and S. Hodkinson, Composer. 1974. Lament: For Guitar and Two Lovers. King of Prussia, PA: Theodore Presser.
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Devin, L., Librettist, and S. Hodkinson, Composer . 1974. Vox Populous: An Active Oratorio. King of Prussia, PA: Theodore Presser.
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Devin, L. 1973. Elegy for Irish Jack, a One Act Play. Performed at the radio program Earplay, and the U.S. entry for the Prix d'Italia '73.
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Devin, L., Librettist, and S. Hodkinson, Composer . 1968. Vox Populous: An Active Oratorio . Performed at Minnesota Opera, Minneapolis, MN.
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Devin, L., Librettist, and S. Hodkinson, Composer . 1963. Lament: For Guitar and Two Lovers. Performed at University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA.
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Devin, L. Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing by  W. Shakespeare. Performed at People's Light and Theatre Company, Malvern, PA.
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Devin, L. Bohun in You Never Can Tell by G.B.Shaw. Performed at People's Light and Theatre Company, Malvern, PA.
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Devin, L. Canon Chasuble in The Importance of Being Earnest by O. Wilde. Performed at People's Light and Theatre Company, Malvern, PA.
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Devin, L. Governor Mifflin in George Washington II: The Forging of a Nation directed by William A. Graham. Performed at CBS.
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Devin, L. Howard in Holy Ghosts by R. Linney. Performed at People's Light and Theatre Company, Malvern, PA.
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Devin, L. Jason in Valentines and Killer Chili by K.R. Brown. Performed at People's Light and Theatre Company, Malvern, PA.
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Devin, L. Judge Robedeaux in The Traveling Lady by H. Foote. Performed at People's Light and Theatre Company, Malvern, PA.
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Devin, L. Lee in Center City Soap by D. Louise.

Devin, L. Malvolio in Twelfth Night by W. Shakespeare. Performed at People's Light and Theatre Company, Malvern, PA.
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Devin, L. Mitch in A Streetcar Named Desire by T. Williams. Performed at People's Light and Theatre Company, Malvern, PA.
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Devin, L. Nat Miller in Ah! Wilderness by E. O'Neill. Performed at People's Light and Theatre Company, Malvern, PA.
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Devin, L. Piet in A Lesson from Aloes by A. Fugard. Performed at People's Light and Theatre Company, Malvern, PA.
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Devin, L. Provost in Measure for Measure by W. Shakespeare. Performed at People's Light and Theatre Company, Malvern, PA.
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Devin, L. Sargent Bates in The Love Suicide at the Schofield Barracks by R. Linney. Performed at People's Light and Theatre Company, Malvern, PA.
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Devin, L. Squire Evans in Blades! directed by T.R. Rondinella. Performed at Finegan International Films.
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Devin, L. T. Lawrence Shannon in The Night of the Iguana by T. Williams. Performed at People's Light and Theatre Company, Malvern, PA.
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Devin, L. Various Commercials and Industrial Films.

Allen Kuharski, Professor

Kuharski, A. 2011. Between Cosmopolitanism and Hermeticism: Classical Tragedy into Polish Theater. In Contexts, Subtexts, and Pretexts: Literary Translation in Eastern Europe and Russia., edited by B.J. Baer, 277-294. Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
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Kuharski, A. 2010. Bibliografia teatralna. In Witold Gombrowicz, pisma zebrane, tom IV: Trans-Atlantyk, edited by M. Bielecki, 373-399. Kraków, Poland: Wydawnictwo Literackie.
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Kuharski, A. 2010. Ich beobachte gern. Review of performance of world premiere of Factory 2 by Krystian Lupa at Stary Teatr, Kraków, Poland, in April 2008. Weiner Festwochen .
German translation by D. Eliass.
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Kuharski, A. 2010. Improwizacje z nieboszczykiem: Teatr Witolda Gombrowicza wkracza w dwudziesty pierwszy wiek. In Witold Gombrowicz nasz współczesny, edited by J. Jarzębski, 484-497. Kraków, Poland: Wydawnictwo Universitas.
Polish translation by M. Kołakowska.
Reprint of: 2004. Paper read at an international conference marking the centennial of the birth of Gombrowiczthe, at Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland.
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Kuharski, A. 2009. I Like to Watch. Review of performance of world premiere of Factory 2 by K. Lupa at Stary Teatr, Kraków, Poland, in April 2008. Theater 39 (1): 104-111.
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Kuharski, A. 2009. Ivona Buffa, Ivona Seria: Philippe Boesmans's "Yvonne Princesse de Bourgogne," Opéra National de Paris, Palais Garnier, February 5, 2009. Review of performance of the first production. Libretto based on Ivona, Princess of Burgundia by W. Gombrowicz. edited by D. Gerould. Slavic and East European Performance 29 (2): 50-56.
Reprinted from: 2009. Teatr (May): 34-36. Polish translation by A. Zapalowski.
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Kuharski, A. 2009. The Theater of Michal Zadara. Slavic and East European Performance 29 (1): 40-50.
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Kuharski, A., and J. Marganski. 2008. Bibliografia. In Witold Gombrowicz, Pisma Zebrane, V. VII: Iwona, Ksiezniczka Burgunda 185-286, 290-291. Kraków, Poland: Wydawnictwo Literackie.
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Kuharski, A., and H. Morawska White, Translators. 2008. Bite The Dust and Do Piachu, by T. Rozewicz . Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Edinburgh, Scotland: Teatr Provisorium and Kompania Teatr of Lublin, Poland.
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Kuharski, A. 2008. Michal Zadara's New Deliverance/Nowe wyzwolenie Michala Zadary. Program essay in Zadara.pl for the XXVIII Warsaw Theater Meetings, for which M. Zadara was the featured director.
Polish translation by M. Zawada.

Kuharski, A. 2008. Racine, Demirski, Kochanowski . Program essay for the world premiere of Ifigenia: Nowa Tragedia wedlug wersji Racine'a by P. Demirski and M. Zadara, at Teatr Stary, Kraków, Poland.
Polish translation by M. Orczykowska.

Kuharski, A., Set Designer. 2007. Bacchai by Euripides. Performed at Swarthmore College Department of Theater, Swarthmore, PA.
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Kuharski, A. 2007. Improvisation ŕ partir d’un cadavre. In Entre l’Europe et l’Amérique: Witold Gombrowicz et son débat avec la destinée, edited by M. Tomaszewski, 28-49. Lille, France: Université Charles-de-Gaulle.
French translation by X. Blandin and J.B. Nielsen.
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Kuharski, A. 2007. Le théâtre virtuel de Witold Gombrowicz. In Gombrowicz: Une gueule de classique?, edited by M. Smorag-Goldberg, 73-82. Paris: Institut d’Études Slaves.
French translation by X. Blandin and J.B. Nielsen.
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Kuharski, A., and Z. Bzymek. 2007. The Factory And its Double: Polish Iconoclast Krystian Lupa does Andy Warhol on Stage. Modern Painters (May): 86-90.
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Kuharski, A. 2007. Witold Gombrowicz. In The Columbia Encyclopedia of Modern Drama, edited by G. Cody and E. Springhorn, 541-542. New York: Columbia University Press.
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Kuharski, A., Production Dramaturg. 2006. Operetta by W. Gombrowicz. Performed at Eugene Lang College and La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club production, New York.
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Kuharski, A. 2006. Singing Gombrowicz. Program essay for the Eugene Lang College and La MaMa Experimental Theater Club production of Operetta by W. Gombrowicz.

Kuharski, A. 2005. Review of performance of Pugilist Specialist by A. Shaplin and the Riot Group. Theatre Journal 57 (3): 524-525.
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Kuharski, A. 2005. Who is Krystian Lupa?. ARTicles 4 (2).
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Kuharski, A., Production Dramaturg. 2004-2007. Hell Meets Henry Halfway by A. Shaplin. Pig Iron Theatre Company's stage adaptation of W. Gombrowicz's novel Possessed. Performed at Ohio Theater, New York.
Also performed at: Juliusz Osterwa Theater, International Gombrowicz Festival, Lublin, Poland; Philadelphia Live Arts Festival, Philadelphia; Teatr Rozmaitosci, Warsaw; Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, PA; Loeb Drama Center, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA; Mandell Theater, Drexel University, Philadelphia; Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT; Les Kurbas Theatre, Lviv, Ukraine; and University of Virginia, Richmond, VA.
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Kuharski, A. 2004. Improvisation with a Corpse: The Theater of Witold Gombrowicz Enters the Twenty-First Century. Theater 34 (3): 5-17.
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Kuharski, A. 2004. Improwizacja z nieboszczykiem: Teatr Witolda Gombrowicza wkracza w XXI wiek. Pamiętnik teatralny 53 (1/4): 130-143.
Polish translation by M. Kolakowska.
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Kuharski, A. 2004. Joseph Chaikin: In Remembrance. Theater 34 (3): 122-125.
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Kuharski, A. 2004. Report of the Festival-de-Theatre-des-Ameriques, Montreal, 22 May-8 June 2003. Theatre Journal 56 (2): 293-296.
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Kuharski, A. 2004. The Virtual Theater of Witold Gombrowicz. In The Other in Polish Theatre and Drama, edited by B. Johnston and K. Cioffi. Bloomington, IN: Slavica.
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Kuharski, A., Curator. 2004. Theater of Witold Gombrowicz in Poland and Abroad: 1957-2004. International Gombrowicz Festival, Lublin, Poland. An exhibit of archival theatrical production photos, design sketches, and archival theater posters, representing world-wide stage productions of W. Gombrowicz's works, in connection with the international centennial celebrations of the playwright's birth.

Kuharski, A. 2004. Witold Gombrowicz: A Visual Production History. Theater 34 (3): 18-30.
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Kuharski, A. 2003. Review of the 2002 Philadelphia Fringe Festival Theatre Journal 55 (3): 522-525.
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Kuharski, A. 2003. Arden and Absolute Milan, Jan Kott in Exile. In Living in Translation: Polish Authors in America, edited by H. Stephan. Amsterdam: Rodopi.
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Kuharski, A., M. Kuharski, and K. Miklaszewski. 2003. Czym Skorupka za mlodu nasiaka (I). Ruch muzyczny 47 (15/16): 13-15.
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Kuharski, A., M. Kuharski, and K. Miklaszewski. 2003. Czym Skorupka za mlodu nasiaka (II). Ruch muzyczny 47 (17/18): 39-41.
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Kuharski, A. 2003. The Four Spaces of Silesian Dance Theatre. In Silesian Dance Theatre: 1992-2002, edited by K. Furmaniuk and R. Kusnierz. Bytom, Poland: Śląski Teatr Tańca.
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Kuharski, A., and J. Kott. 2003. Wychonwany i piszacy w sprzecznosciach: Ostatni wywiad z Janen Kottem. Kresy (2/3): 107-123.
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Kuharski, A., Associate Editor. 2002-2004. Theatre Journal 54-56.
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Kuharski, A. 2002. Review of performance of The Late Henry Moss by S. Shepard and the Signature Theatre Company. Theatre Journal 54 (3): 500-502.
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Gombrowicz, W., D. Borchadt, and A. Kuharski. 2002. "Ferdydurke": Adapted from the novel by Witold Gombrowicz by Teatr Provisorium and Kompania Teatr. Performing Arts Journal 24 (2): 69-96.
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Kuharski, A. 2002. Arden i Księstwo Mediolanu: Jan Kott w obczyźnie. In Życie w przekładzie, edited by H. Stephan. Kraków, Poland: Wydawnictwo Literackie.
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Kuharski, A., Adaptor and Translator. 2002. Ferdydurke. Performed at American Caberet Theatre, Indianapolis, IN; Indiana University, Bloomington, IN; Centrum Kultury, Lublin, Poland; and Teatr Maly, Warsaw.
English-language version of Teatr Provisorium and Kompania Teatr of Lublin's stage adaptation of W. Gombrowicz's novel. Adapted from the translation of the novel by D. Borchardt. Directed by J. Oprynski and W. Mazurkiewicz.
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Kuharski, A. 2002. Jan Kott in Exile: Arden and Absolute Milan. New Theatre Quarterly 18 (2): 121-131.
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Kuharski, A., Production Dramaturg. 2002. Princess Ivona by W. Gombrowicz. Performed at Theatre Exile, Philadelphia.
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Kott, J., and A. Kuharski. 2002. Raised and Written in Contradictions: The Final Interview. New Theatre Quarterly 18 (2): 103-120.
English translation by M. Zadara.
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Kuharski, A. 2002. Seconding Gombrowicz: A Translator's Introduction to Teatr Provisorium and Kompania Teatr's "Ferdydurke". Performing Arts Journal 24 (2): 63-68.
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2002. Theatre in America. Radio interview on Odyssey: A Daily Talk Show of Ideas, WBEZ, Chicago, IL, Public Radio. Conducted by G. Helfrich, with W.B. Worthen of University of California: Berkeley, CA, and A. Aronson of Columbia University, New York, November 12.

Kuharski, A. 2002. Witolda Gombrowicza tragedia wywłaszczenia. In Szukanie głosu Gombrowicza, edited by D. Kolano. Radom, Poland: Teatr Powszechny.
Polish translation by H.M. White.
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Kuharski, A. 2001. Review of performance of Le Mariage and Slub edited by W.G.L.C. Francaise. Teatr : 14-16.
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Kuharski, A. 2001. Review of performance of The Marriage by W. Gombrowicz at La Comédie Française (Salle Richelieu), Paris, in April 2001. Theatre Journal 53 (4): 645-647.
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Kuharski, A. 2001. Witold, Witold, i Witold: Odgrywanie Gombrowicza. In Grymasy Gombrowicza: W kregu problemow modernizm, edited by E.T.J.M Plonowska-Ziarek. Kraków, Poland: Universitas.
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Kuharski, A., Adaptor and Tanslator. 2000-2007. Ferdydurke. Performed at Lublin, Poland; Yale University, New Haven, CT; Odyssey Theater, Los Angeles, CA; Claremont McKenna College, Los Angeles, CA; Chicago Humanities Festival, Chicago, IL; Falun, Sweden; and Stockholm, Sw.
English-language version of Teatr Provisorium and Kompania Teatr of Lublin's stage adaptation of W. Gombrowicz's novel.
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Kuharski, A. 2000. Importing Gombrowicz: Notes on the American Premiere of "Ferdydurke". Slavic and East European Performance 2 (2): 48-54.
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Kuharski, A. 1999. Jerzy Grotowski: Ascetic and Smuggler. Theater 29 (2): 10-15.
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Kuharski, A., Associate Editor. 1998-2002. Periphery 4-8.
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Kuharski, A., and G. Moskos, Translators. 1998-2002. Rhinoceros by E. Ionesco. Performed at TheatreZone at the Chelsea Theatre Works, Boston, MA.
Also performed at: University of North Carolina, Greensboro, NC; Theatre Exile, Philadelphia University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT; American College Theatre Festival.
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Kuharski, A. 1998. Review of performance of Dressed, Undressed, Cross-Dressed: The Third International Gombrowicz Festival by W. Gombrowicz. TheatreForum 12 : 43-50.
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Kuharski, A. 1998. Performing "History": A Translator's Introduction. Performing Arts Journal 20 (1): 91-98.
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Kuharski, A. 1998. Regarding Kantor. Periphery (4/5): 128-131.
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Kuharski, A. 1998. Witold, Witold, and Witold: Performing Gombrowicz. In Gombrowicz's Grimaces: Modernism, Gender, Nationality, edited by E.P. Ziarek, 267-286. Albany, NY: SUNY Press.
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