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I Have Come To Show You Death By Carolyn Gage
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Dramatic adaptations of the writings of four 19th century, New England women writers, dealing with lesbian life partners and death.Stories include "Two Friends" by Mary Wilkins Freeman,... More > "Since I Died" by Elizabeth Stuart Phelps, "There and Here" by Alice Brown, and a scene from Deephaven by Sarah Orne Jewett.< Less
Thanatron: A Comedy in Two Acts By Carolyn Gage
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This is a rollicking farce about the world’s most dysfunctional family, a doctor with a penchant for assisted suicide, and a lesbian housekeeper with a crush on her employer. An over-the-top... More > comedy about leaving, being left, and what it takes to stay.< Less
Deep Haven: An Adaptation of the Writings of Sarah Orne Jewett By Carolyn Gage
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Deep Haven takes the audience through the life of 19th century Maine writer Sarah Orne Jewett, beginning with her tomboy childhood and ending with her touching final communications with her life... More > partner Annie Fields. The text of the play is adapted from Jewett’s novels and letters, as well as from the poems and diary entries of her juvenilia.< Less
Sappho in Love: A Comedy in Two Acts By Carolyn Gage
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A lesbian midsummer night’s dream with the goddesses of celibacy, love, and marriage competing for Sappho’s attention amid poetry contests, meteor showers, lessons on lesbian love-making,... More > romantic trysting, mix-ups and disguises. Wet and wild romantic comedy!< Less
Mason-Dixon: A Play in One Act By Carolyn Gage
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Separated for thirty years, a white woman attempts to recruit her former slave to return to the South to work as a Union spy in the Confederate White House. Issues of race, class, and gender explode... More > as the women confront their lesbian girlhood and shared history of sexual abuse.< Less
The Evil That Men Do: The Story of Thalidomide (A Radio Drama) By Carolyn Gage
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Fast-paced radio drama, suitable for stage production. The conspiracy of the German drug manufacturers and the FDA unfolds like a murder mystery, as Dr. Frances Kelsey, suspecting birth defects,... More > stalls for time against mounting pressures to license sale of “the sleeping pill of the century.”< Less
How to Write a Country-Western Song: A Concert with a Plot By Carolyn Gage
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A five-woman “concert with a plot.” Two sets of lovers, both former bandmates, struggle with recovery on the eve of a concert. Show combines country-western, punk rock, hip hop, gospel,... More > and blues... using a concert stage for the set. CD OF SCORE SOLD SEPARATELY. Samples of songs can e heard at www.myspace.com/howtowriteacountrywesternsong< Less
Leading Ladies: A Cabaret Musical By Carolyn Gage
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Sparkling gem of a cabaret musical! Six leading ladies take stage with musical numbers celebrating the turning points in their respective careers. Cast includes Sarah Bernhardt, Eleanora Duse, and... More > Laurette Taylor. A special treat for theatre lovers. Sample of songs online at www.myspace.com/leadingladiesthemusical. LEAD SHEETS AND CD AVAILABLE.< Less
Speak Fully the One Awful Word: A Dramatic Adaptation of Lady Byron Vindicated By Carolyn Gage
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A dramatic adaptation of Lady Byron Vindicated, Harriet Beecher Stowe's courageous exposé of Lord Bryon's incest and domestic abuse
The Last Reading of Charlotte Cushman: A One-Woman Play By Carolyn Gage
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Captivating evening with one of the greatest actresses of the nineteenth century. Charlotte Cushman, a large butch woman, made a name for herself in “breeches parts,” and treats the... More > audience to excerpts from her Hamlet, Romeo, and Cardinal Wolsey—as well as scenes and other monologues from her repertoire. National award for “best play about a lesbian historical figure.”< Less