The following are a few of Dale Wasserman’s articles and speeches.
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Don Quixote as Theatre.” Bulletin of the Cervantes Society of America, Spring 1999
Speech given at Hofstra University during the Spanish Scholarship Convocation,
October 16, 1997

WH Auden and Man of La Mancha: On Pink Slipping a Poet Laureate.”
The Dramatist, May/June 1999

Flipping the Meat Train: The Last Real Hobo.”
American Heritage, March 2001

Hatching a Cuckoo’s Nest.”
The Dramatist, September/October 2001

A Diary for I, Don Quixote.”
Bulletin of the Cervantes Society of America, Fall 2001

Tip of the Iceberg: A Drop To Drink.” Saturday Evening Post
Part One: November/December 2005 || Part Two: January/February 2006
A two part article on how the world is running out of drinking water and of a possible, yet radical solution.

Contents from Dale Wasserman’s lecture (tirade) during the 1988 Midwest Playwrights Program at the University of Wisconsin of which he was the Artistic Director. The program was modeled after the Playwrights Conference of the O’Neill Theatre Center, of which Mr. Wasserman was also a “mover and shaker.”
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