Terrence McNally and Fifty Years of American Gay Drama

by John Clum

About John Clum

John Clum is Professor Emeritus of Theater Studies and English at Duke University where he taught for over forty years. He founded the Duke University Drama Program, which has become the Department of Theater Studies. He was the Director of the Duke in London Drama Program and also ran London theater programs for the Graduate Program in Liberal Studies and the Alumni Association. Professor Clum won Duke’s Outstanding Professor Award twice. Professor Clum's books include The Works of Arthur Laurents, Gay Drama Now, Still Acting Gay: Male Homosexuality in Modern Drama, Something for the Boys: Musical Theatre and Gay Culture, He’s All Man: Learning Masculinity, Homosexuality and Love from American Movies, The Drama of Marriage: Gay Playwrights/Straight Unions from Oscar Wilde to the Present, and Awkward Stages: Plays about Growing Up Gay. His other publications include numerous essays on modern and contemporary British and American drama and musical theatre. Professor Clum is the general editor of the Cambria Studies in Contemporary Global Performing Arts book series. His plays have been produced by a number of theatres around the United States, and he has directed over seventy-five theatrical and operatic productions.


 

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