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Catalog of Books and Plays by Carolyn Gage By Carolyn Gage
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FREE DOWNLOAD! Also, you can browse the complete contents online. A catalog of plays and books by Carolyn Gage, including musicals, one-woman shows, one-woman shows, dramas, radio plays, murder... More > mysteries, farces, and comedies.< Less
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The Gage and Mr. Comstock: A Monologue By Carolyn Gage
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A monologue by feminist foremother and Suffragist, Matilda Joslyn Gage, in which she sets the bait for Anthony Comstock to ban her book, Woman, Church and State, a comprehensive exposé of the... More > historical misogyny of the christian church.< Less
The Gage and Mr. Comstock: A Monologue By Carolyn Gage
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A monologue by feminist foremother and Suffragist, Matilda Joslyn Gage, in which she sets the bait for Anthony Comstock to ban her book, Woman, Church and State, a comprehensive exposé of the... More > historical misogyny of the christian church.< Less
The Gage and Mr. Comstock: A Monologue By Carolyn Gage
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A monologue by feminist foremother and Suffragist, Matilda Joslyn Gage, in which she sets the bait for Anthony Comstock to ban her book, Woman, Church and State, a comprehensive exposé of the... More > historical misogyny of the christian church.< Less
Sermons for a Lesbian Tent Revival: By Sister Carolyn of the Sisterhood of the Sacred Synapse By Carolyn Gage
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For the first time in print! Thirteen sermons delivered by Sister Carolyn of the Sacred Synapse at her notorious "Lesbian Tent Revival." Reviving the spirit of sisterhood from those heady... More > days of the early feminist movement, Sister Carolyn revives her flock in a series of hilarious, radical, rabble-rousing sermons. Sister Carolyn urges her congregation to remember, to synapse, to make the connections between the environmental crisis, and personal nutrition, and psychiatric health, and medical misogyny, and social conditioning, and political awareness. She inspires women to reach back into their own histories and the histories of their foremothers for strategies that reinforce connection and weave webs of alliances and support. The Lesbian Tent Revival, held at national women's festivals, has been a rousing success, and the publication of these sermons should help spread the spark of radical feminism across a world sunk in darkness and disconnection.< Less
A Labor Play and Heterosexuals Anonymous: Two One-Act Plays By Carolyn Gage
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Two feminist, one-act political spoofs by Carolyn Gage
A Labor Play and Heterosexuals Anonymous: Two One-Act Plays By Carolyn Gage
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Two feminist, one-act political spoofs by Carolyn Gage
Hotter Than Hell: More Sermons for a Lesbian Tent Revival By Carolyn Gage
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Carolyn Gage's third collection of sermons from The Lesbian Tent Revival, including: The Joanna Russ Memorial Sermon, Lesbians Are Not Gay Men, Trauma Literacy and Sexual Intimacy, Butches Who Saved... More > the World and How They Did It.< Less
Coming About: A Play in Three Acts By Carolyn Gage
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Coming About is a play that looks at the dramatic change in the institution of marriage since the 1950's. Kay, in her early thirties, is married to a man over twice her age. Finally confronting the... More > facts about the age discrepancies, she begins to move toward establishing her own life. The play opens at the wedding reception for a neighbor, and the presence of Kay's husband's grown children, the question of inheritance, and her mother's bitter reminders about her own marriage turn the festive weekend into a pressure cooker of gender roles. The wedding gives way to a hurricane, and the five couples in the play undergo a sea change before the night is over, as the women come to terms with their loss of identity in marriage. This was the first full-length play by Gage, and it marks her own "coming about." Six women, three men. Two hours Single set< Less