ADEL BAHROUN is
a member of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities at the
University of Kairouan, Tunisia. In 2005, he achieved a
DEA in American Literature at the University of Caen,
France, under the supervision of Professor Thierry
Dubost. His topic was “Entrapment and Escape in
Mourning Becomes Electra.”
GLENDA E. GILL is Professor Emerita
of Drama in Humanities at the Michigan Technological
University in Houghton. A theatre historian, she is the
author of two books and more than twenty-five articles.
She was among fifteen theatre professionals commissioned
by Harry J. Elam, Editor of Theatre Journal, to
participate in a forum of black theatre for the
December, 2005 issue.
YVONNE SHAFER has published books on Ibsen, American
Women Playwrights, and August Wilson. She has published
a volume of interviews, Performing O’Neill:
Conversations with Actors and Directors (2000), and
her one-person performance piece, “Eugene O’Neill
Onstage,” has been presented at Amerika Haus in Berlin
and other locations in Europe, Canada, and the US. She
has taught in Europe and China and is Professor Emerita
at St. John’s University.