Barry David Horwitz has taught English & American Lit., Theater, and Politics for many decades. He was Prof. of English for thirty-five years at Saint Mary’s College. Before that he taught at Univ/Calif., Berkeley; Univ/Paris, Sorbonne; Institut d’Etudes Politiques, Paris; Univ/Maryland, NATO; and Univ. of Montpellier, France. For the last 15 years, he has been the Artistic Director of The Quixotic Players, a group that specializes in Greek classics in modern adaptations, as well as Shakespearean and modern plays. He has performed, directed, and produced plays from Aeschylus to Albee, as well as serving as Dramaturge. He acted as Tiresias in Bacchae for Shotgun Players. He has recently written on modern American drama–“American Dream Conspiracy: Williams, Miller, and Albee”—in a French journal: Divergences.be. Now on FUN-Employment, he loves to see small theater work around the S.F. Bay.