From the deep archives: Harry Kondoleon’s THE BRIDES

February 22, 2010

Caroline Kava, Mary Beth Lerner, and Ellen Greene in Harry Kondoleon's "The Brides" (photo by Jonathan Postal)

I’m in the midst of launching a website that is a tribute to and archive of the work of the late Harry Kondoleon — details to be announced soon. But for the moment, I’ve gone back and posted my review for the Soho News in 1981 of his play The Brides (or Disrobing the Bride, as it was called in its first New York production). Harry Kondoleon was a true original artist, and The Brides was one of his most delirious, unusual texts for the theater.

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