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A Play By David Scott
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A Play follows Richard, a struggling playwright, as he tries to churn out his next play after recently writing a successful piece about the death of his brother. However it's all easier said than... More > done. His much older girlfriend Genevieve, a successful actress, is fearing the end of her career and his housemate Olivier, a young up and coming actress clashes with Genevieve viciously. As Richard's frustration builds and the actors in his imagination pressure him to come up with something, another of his housemates, Polly, has a surprise in store. With strong references to Chekhov's The Seagull and Beckett's Waiting for Godot, A Play features a large cast of both real and imagined characters and examines the borders between life and art. www.davidscott.ie< Less
Plays By Susan Glaspell
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TRIFLES First performed by the Provincetown Players at the Wharf Theatre, Provincetown, Mass., August 8, 1916. GEORGE HENDERSON (County Attorney) HENRY PETERS (Sheriff) LEWIS HALE, A neighboring... More > farmer MRS PETERS MRS HALE SCENE: The kitchen is the now abandoned farmhouse of JOHN WRIGHT, a gloomy kitchen, and left without having been put in order—unwashed pans under the sink, a loaf of bread outside the bread-box, a dish-towel on the table—other signs of incompleted work. At the rear the outer door opens and the SHERIFF comes in followed by the COUNTY ATTORNEY and HALE. The SHERIFF and HALE are men in middle life, the COUNTY ATTORNEY is a young man; all are much bundled up and go at once to the stove. They are followed by the two women—the SHERIFF's wife first; she is a slight wiry woman, a thin nervous face. MRS HALE is larger and would ordinarily be called more comfortable looking, but she is disturbed now and looks fearfully about as she enters.< Less
Plays By Eugene L. Shvarts
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This book includes three of the most popular plays of the late Russian playwright Eugene L. Shvarts. Like, for example, his contemporary - late Czech playwright Karel Capek, he is considered... More > worldwide to be the author of classical pieces. It means that his plays (the best of them) are having double lives: one-in time of their appearance, and another in our time (or any time in the future, when they still wouldn't be obsolete and forgotten). The three plays included in this book - Dragon, Shadow, Ordinary Miracle. The author of translation - Anna V. Epelbaum is happy to have an opportunity to give English reading audiences the great pleasure to become familiar with the inheritance of Eugene L. Shvarts. Read, enjoy, and be grateful to the translator.< Less
Plays By Eugene L. Shvarts
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This book includes three of the most popular plays of the late Russian playwright Eugene L. Shvarts. Like, for example, his contemporary - late Czech playwright Karel Capek, he is considered... More > worldwide to be the author of classical pieces. It means that his plays (the best of them) are having double lives: one-in time of their appearance, and another in our time (or any time in the future, when they still wouldn't be obsolete and forgotten). The three plays included in this book - Dragon, Shadow, Ordinary Miracle. The author of translation - Anna V. Epelbaum is happy to have an opportunity to give English reading audiences the great pleasure to become familiar with the inheritance of Eugene L. Shvarts. Read, enjoy, and be grateful to the translator.< Less
Play By ee johnson
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Five languages Words that are translated into French, German, Italian, and Spanish that teach you and your child about the world we live in.
Playing With It By Adam McRae et al.
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A catalogue/documentation of the "Playing With It" exhibit on May 8th & 13th, 2010, in Bellingham, Washington.
The Play By Tammie D
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This is a fabulous play and story when a thief robs the entire town of millions of dollars and thinks his magic tricks are the answer to his lifestyle. A Police Officer investigates the crime spree... More > this thief has put on the town when the station becomes flooded with calls from people whose homes have been broken into over night.< Less
Playfulness By Helen Baker
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Jane Austen's Mansfield Park chronicles the mutual love of Mary Crawford and Edmund Bertram until he abandons his love, claiming that she has forfeited even his respect. Can our flawed heroine,... More > with her beauty, her charm and her twenty thousand pounds ever find a worthy gentleman who will appreciate her for those very qualities that Edmund deplored? How many trials and difficulties must she first surmount while all Regency England echoes to the public debate of her brother's adultery and her dissolute uncle's blatant vice? Can Mary, innocent and kind, despite her worldly standards and cynical friends, stand firm against society's censure?< Less
Playfulness By Helen Baker
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Jane Austen's Mansfield Park chronicles the mutual love of Mary Crawford and Edmund Bertram until he abandons his love, claiming that she has forfeited even his respect. Can our flawed heroine,... More > with her beauty, her charm and her twenty thousand pounds ever find a worthy gentleman who will appreciate her for those very qualities that Edmund deplored? How many trials and difficulties must she first surmount while all Regency England echoes to the public debate of her brother's adultery and her dissolute uncle's blatant vice? Can Mary, innocent and kind, despite her worldly standards and cynical friends, stand firm against society's censure?< Less
Playfulness By Helen Baker
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Jane Austen's Mansfield Park chronicles the mutual love of Mary Crawford and Edmund Bertram until he abandons his love, claiming that she has forfeited even his respect. Can our flawed heroine,... More > with her beauty, her charm and her twenty thousand pounds ever find a worthy gentleman who will appreciate her for those very qualities that Edmund deplored? How many trials and difficulties must she first surmount while all Regency England echoes to the public debate of her brother's adultery and her dissolute uncle's blatant vice? Can Mary, innocent and kind, despite her worldly standards and cynical friends, stand firm against society's censure?< Less

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