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Fifty Shades of Pink - Interrogation By Willow Pink
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Mr S is not talking, but Constable Jessica Black has him right where she wants him – chained to a chair in the police interrogation room. With the door locked and the cameras off she plays both... More > good cop and bad cop as she uses her body and his desire to extract the information she requires from her helpless prisoner. Featuring masturbation, torture, fucking, abuse, bondage, cunnilingus, cum and anal ‘Interrogation’ opens us up to the dark side of Willow Pink’s amazingly filthy mind…< Less
The Interrogator (Previously Published By Pink Flamingo) By Chris Bellows
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First published by PF, this provocative Chris Bellows story is now available. Robert Dawson has a problem. He can 'get it up' yet cannot 'get it off'. Follow his travails as he submits to harsh... More > counseling, reliving the traumatic events which caused the problem to manifest.For CB fans who have not read this classic, take advantage of the bargain price. For those not familiar with the master of D/s fiction, a great introduction.Bondage, humiliation, medical play, caning, and the introduction of most imposing Females. No one builds the governing Female character like Bellows.See for a compendium of other Chris Bellows efforts.< Less
The Rules of the Playground: A Play in One Act By Carolyn Gage
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Six mothers of middle-school children come together for a special training on playground violence. Focusing on perfecting the rules of the playground to eliminate inequality, the women, literally,... More > turn a blind eye to the real cause of violence. A chilling interrogation into the ways women teach each other to enable male violence.< Less
The Rules of the Playground: A Play in One Act By Carolyn Gage
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Six mothers of middle-school children come together for a special training on playground violence. Focusing on perfecting the rules of the playground to eliminate inequality, the women, literally,... More > turn a blind eye to the real cause of violence. A chilling interrogation into the ways women teach each other to enable male violence.< Less
The Rules of the Playground: A One-Act Play By Carolyn Gage
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Six mothers of middle-school children come together for a special training on playground violence. Focusing on perfecting the rules of the playground to eliminate inequality, the women, literally,... More > turn a blind eye to the real cause of violence. A chilling interrogation into the ways women teach each other to enable male violence.< Less
Barnabas and his Frantic Displays of Power (a play in twelve acts) By Ayham Tamari
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Barnabas interrogates historical and modern figures in this twelve act play.
Barnabas and his Frantic Displays of Power (a play in twelve acts) By Ayham Tamari
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Barnabas interrogates historical and modern figures in this twelve act play.
Out of Time & Place: An Anthology of Plays by Members of the Women’s Project Playwrights Lab, Volume 2 By Alexis Clements, Christine Evans
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Out of Place & Time, Vol. 2, is an anthology of plays by six members of the Women’s Project Lab. It's a snapshot of some of the most ambitious work incubating in New York and a diverse... More > compilation of plays for directors and actors seeking exciting contemporary work to explore. With a hilarious and biting intro by Theresa Rebeck that challenges the American theater to celebrate and produce its women playwrights, Vol. 2 showcases writers whose voices sing our world with wit, passion and daring. Bekah Brunsetter’s Le Fou teases out the destructive dance between love and vanity. Kara Manning’s Sleeping Rough forms a blues ballad for souls displaced between lives. Alexis Clements’ Conversation cleverly interrogates the science of speech, while Nadia Davids’ At Her Feet plays out another kind of linguistic music, that of six very different Muslim women from Cape Town. Carla Ching’s TBA plays with the power of naming, and Andrea Thome’s Undone offers a polyphonic love poem to a city crowded with the living and dead.< Less
Out of Time & Place: An Anthology of Plays by Members of the Women’s Project Playwrights Lab, Volume 2 By Alexis Clements, Christine Evans
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Out of Place & Time, Vol. 2, is an anthology of plays by six members of the Women’s Project Lab. It's a snapshot of some of the most ambitious work incubating in New York and a diverse... More > compilation of plays for directors and actors seeking exciting contemporary work to explore. With a hilarious and biting intro by Theresa Rebeck that challenges the American theater to celebrate and produce its women playwrights, Vol. 2 showcases writers whose voices sing our world with wit, passion and daring. Bekah Brunsetter’s Le Fou teases out the destructive dance between love and vanity. Kara Manning’s Sleeping Rough forms a blues ballad for souls displaced between lives. Alexis Clements’ Conversation cleverly interrogates the science of speech, while Nadia Davids’ At Her Feet plays out another kind of linguistic music, that of six very different Muslim women from Cape Town. Carla Ching’s TBA plays with the power of naming, and Andrea Thome’s Undone offers a polyphonic love poem to a city crowded with the living and dead.< Less
Out of Time & Place: An Anthology of Plays by Members of the Women’s Project Playwrights Lab, Volume 1 By Alexis Clements, Christine Evans
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Out of Place & Time, Volume 1, is an anthology of plays by five members of the Women’s Project Playwrights Lab. It's a snapshot of some of the most ambitious work incubating right now in... More > New York and a diverse compilation of plays for directors and actors seeking exciting contemporary work to explore. Featuring a hilarious and biting preface by Theresa Rebeck that challenges the American theater to celebrate and produce its women playwrights, Volume 1 showcases writers that engage our troubled times with wit, passion and daring. Lynn Rosen’s Back From The Front and Christine Evans’ Weightless both take comic approaches to shattering subjects—respectively, war and the future of a crumbling 21st century Manhattan. Crystal Skillman’s provocative The Vigil or The Guided Cradle interrogates torture across six centuries. Charity Henson-Ballard’s lyrical and sweeping The Quiver of Children and Laura Eason’s tautly focused Rewind each chart the attempt to outwit fate through artful means.< Less