Blake, Betty, and Joan Marlowe. “A Walk in the Woods.” New York Theatre Critics’ Reviews 49, no. 3 (February 1, 1988): 346-353. This journal includes ten different newspapers’ reviews of A Walk in the Woods.
Blessing, Lee. “Accidents in a Moral Universe.” American Theatre 18, no. 8 (October, 2001): 10. Remarks by Blessing to the 2001 graduating class of Reed College, his alma matter.
Blessing, Lee. “Action Versus Action.” American Theatre 12, no. 4 (April, 1995): 64. Blessing talks about his views on the modernization of drama and the influences of television and computers on drama as a form. Talks about reaching a mass audience with live theater and how the live experience is irreplaceable.
Gussow, Mel. “Review/Theater: Trying to Grasp an AIDS Tragedy.” The New York Times, April 29, 1993, p. 18. In this review, the play Patient A is discussed, as well as Blessing’s call to renew urgency about issues surrounding the AIDS crisis.
Hershenson, Roberta. “Two Rooms Enlists Hostages’ Help.” The New York Times, January 28, 1996, p. 4. This article details the story of actual hostages who acted as consultants to a production of Two Rooms.
Oliva, Judy Lee. “Blessing, Lee (Knowlton).” Contemporary American Dramatists. Detroit, Mich.: St. James Press, 1999. Contains a short summary of Blessing’s life and catalogs his plays and awards. Analyzes Blessing’s body of work, as well as his plays Nice People Dancing to Country Music, Eleemosynary, Two Rooms, Independence, Riches, and A Walk in the Woods. Comments on Blessing’s idiosyncratic characters and witty dialogue.
Weber, Bruce. Review of Two Rooms. The New York Times, November 22, 2001, p. E13. A review of the Heron Theater production written just prior to the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on New York City.