Ahearn, Carol Bonomo. “Innaurato and Pintauro: Two Italian-American Playwrights.” MELUS 15, no. 3 (Fall, 1989): 113. Ahearn examines the ethnic identity conflicts in the works of Innaurato and Joseph Pintauro.
Freedman, Samuel G. “Reshaping a Play to Reveal Its True Nature.” The New York Times, February 24, 1985, p. B1. This article explains the process of revision that Coming of Age in Soho underwent as the gender orientation of the play changed and Beatrice displaced Giaconda as the central character.
Gussow, Mel. Theatre on the Edge: New Visions, New Voices. New York: Applause, 1998. Gussow discusses playwrights of modern theater, including Innaurato.
Innaurato, Albert. “An Interview with Albert Innaurato.” Interview by John Louis Digaetani. Studies in American Drama, 1945-Present 2 (1987): 87-95. Innaurato offers his opinions about the plausibility of several different critical perspectives on his work, in addition to describing his major personal concerns.
Rothstein, Mervyn. “For Angry Innaurato, No Self-Effacement.” The New York Times, March 20, 1989, p. C13. Innaurato explains his anger over the reviews he has received and how Gus and Al was conceived to prove to his critics that they were wrong to condemn his autobiographical tendencies.
Ventimiglia, Peter James. “Recent Trends in American Drama: Michael Cristofer, David Mamet, and Albert Innaurato.” Journal of American Culture 1 (Spring, 1978): 195-204. Favorably compares Innaurato’s early plays with the works of two other young writers, Cristofer’s The Shadow Box (pr. 1975) and the many plays by Mamet that were produced at that time.