Link to excerpt from Emily Mann: Rebel Artist of the American Theatre
By Alexis Greene
EMILY MANN: REBEL ARTIST OF THE AMERICAN THEATER
Emily Mann: Rebel Artist of the American Theater is the first biography of this unique artist and woman. And I am very fortunate that, despite the pandemic that is still ravaging the country, Applause Theatre & Cinema Books, an imprint of Rowman & Littlefield / Globe Pequot, has chosen to publish the book in October 2021. Below you can see a few of the photographs that will appear in the biography, including a photograph of a scene from Mann's documentary play Execution of Justice, which she directed at the Guthrie Theater in 1985 and later on Broadway.
Blair Underwood threatens Nicole Ari Parker in A Streetcar Named Desire
by Tennessee Williams, directed by Emily Mann at the Broadhurst Theater, 2012.
Photo copyright Ken Howard.
Joseph Regalbuto and Emily Mann
in Little Eyolf by Henrik Ibsen
directed by Bruce Siddons,
at Guthrie 2 in 1979.
Printed with permission of the Guthrie Theater.
Emily Mann as a Junior
at the Lab School in Chicago,
courtesy Wayne Brasler
LeRoy McClain, Pascale Armand in The Convert.
by Danai Gurira Directed by Emily Mann
McCarter Theatre Center, 2012
Photo: T. Charles Erickson
Left to Right: Jay Patterson, John Spencer and Kurt Schweickhardt in Execution of Justice
written and directed by Emily Mann, the Guthrie Theater, 1985.
Photo: Joseph G. Giannetti/Guthrie Theater