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Cookin' With Typhoid Mary: A Culinary Monologue By Carolyn Gage
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Half-hour dramatic monologue by the notorious typhoid carrier who refused to admit the existence of germs. Her side of the story.
Cookin' With Typhoid Mary: A Culinary Monologue By Carolyn Gage
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Half-hour dramatic monologue by the notorious typhoid carrier who refused to admit the existence of germs. Her side of the story.
Cookin' With Typhoid Mary: A One-Woman Play By Carolyn Gage
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Half-hour dramatic monologue by the notorious typhoid carrier who refused to admit the existence of germs. Her side of the story.
The Second Coming of Joan of Arc and Selected Plays By Carolyn Gage
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Lambda Award National Winner! Collection of seven historical plays by Carolyn Gage, including: The Second Coming of Joan of Arc,The Last Reading of Charlotte Cushman,The Parmachene Belle,Calamity... More > Jane Sends a Message to Her Daughter, Cookin’ with Typhoid Mary,Harriet Tubman Visits A Therapist,and Artemisia and Hildegard.< Less
The Second Coming of Joan of Arc and Selected Plays By Carolyn Gage
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Gage's award-winning collection of plays, including The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, The Last Reading of Charlotte Cushman, The Parmachene Belle, Cookin' with Typhoid Mary, Harriet Tubman Visits A... More > Therapist, Calamity Jane Sends a Message to Her Daughter, and Artemisia and Hildegard. National winner of the Lambda Literary Award in Drama.< Less
The Second Coming of Joan of Arc and Selected Plays By Carolyn Gage
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Carolyn Gage's award-winning collection of plays, including The Second Coming of Joan of Arc, The Last Reading of Charlotte Cushman, Cookin' with Typhoid Mary, Calamity Jane Sends a Message to Her... More > Daughter, Artemisia and Hildegard, and The Parmachene Belle. Winner of Lambda Literary Award in Drama.< Less
Monologues and Scenes for Lesbian Actors: Revised and Expanded By Carolyn Gage
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Finally! A book for lesbians who are tired of “passing” at auditions and in acting classes and workshops! Here at last, from one of the most talented and inventive contemporary... More > playwrights, is a book of thirty-two monologues and sixty scenes by, for, and about lesbians. This collection includes scenes with characters taken from lesbian history: Jane Addams, Charlotte Cushman, Joan of Arc, Calamity Jane, Sappho, Babe Didrikson, Benedetta Carlini, Renée Vivien, Natalie Barney, and Eva LeGallienne. It also includes women from history whose sexual orientation may or may not have been documented, but whose survival strategies resonate with strategies of lesbians. These strategies include the separatism of Hildegard von Bingen, the confrontation of sexual violation in the art of Artemisia Gentileschi, the liberation struggle of Harriet Tubman, the repression and denial of Louisa May Alcott, the resistance of Mary Mallon (“Typhoid Mary”).< Less
Monologues and Scenes for Lesbian Actors: Revised and Expanded By Carolyn Gage
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Finally! A book for lesbians who are tired of “passing” at auditions and in acting classes and workshops! Here at last, from one of the most talented and inventive contemporary... More > playwrights, is a book of thirty-two monologues and sixty scenes by, for, and about lesbians. This collection includes scenes with characters taken from lesbian history: Jane Addams, Charlotte Cushman, Joan of Arc, Calamity Jane, Sappho, Babe Didrikson, Benedetta Carlini, Renée Vivien, Natalie Barney, and Eva LeGallienne. It also includes women from history whose sexual orientation may or may not have been documented, but whose survival strategies resonate with strategies of lesbians. These strategies include the separatism of Hildegard von Bingen, the confrontation of sexual violation in the art of Artemisia Gentileschi, the liberation struggle of Harriet Tubman, the repression and denial of Louisa May Alcott, the resistance of Mary Mallon (“Typhoid Mary”).< Less

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