Marvin Felix Camillo
Marvin Felix Camillo ( 1937, Newark, New Jersey – January 22, 1988, La Rochelle, France) is an American award-winning theatre director and actor, much noted for his founding of The Family theatre company, a group in New York largely made up of ex-convicts.
- Leslie Bennets (22 January 1988). "Marvin F. Camillo, 51, Is Dead; Started Ex-Convicts' Stage Group". The New York Times. Retrieved 2008-08-23.
- Camillo, Marvin Felix; Khosropur, Soodabeh (1986). "Cultural Exchange in the Correctional Milieu: The Family Theatre in France". The Prison Journal 66 (2): 26–39. doi:10.1177/003288558606600205. Retrieved 2008-08-26.
- Marvin Felix Camillo at the Internet Broadway Database
- Marvin Felix Camillo at the Internet Movie Database
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