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Calamity Jane Sends A Message to Her Daughter: A One-Act Play By Carolyn Gage
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A fifteen-minute, one-woman show. Calamity Jane Sends A Message to Her Daughter is a tribute to masculine women living in times when lesbian or transgendered identities were not understood. ... More > Accustomed to ridicule and contempt, Calamity survives through a combination of self-deprecating humor, myth-making, and alcohol—shrewdly propagating the myths about herself that will ensure her a place in history.< Less
Calamity Jane Sends A Message to Her Daughter: A One-Act Play By Carolyn Gage
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A fifteen-minute, one-woman show. Calamity Jane Sends A Message to Her Daughter is a tribute to masculine women living in times when lesbian or transgendered identities were not understood. ... More > Accustomed to ridicule and contempt, Calamity survives through a combination of self-deprecating humor, myth-making, and alcohol—shrewdly propagating the myths about herself that will ensure her a place in history.< Less
M'lady Brigid of Kildare--a one act play By Mary L. Reindorp
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This one act play takes audiences back in time to Ireland, about 500 C.E. The High King is trying to get the war lords to unite under his command to ward off an impending invasion by the Germanic... More > tribes that have just overrun the Celts on the neighboring Island of Briton. St. Patrick has recently arrived introducing Roman Christianity. Before Patrick’s sojourn, Celtic Christianity had already spread in Ireland for hundreds of years. Celtic Christians, followers of Pelagius, lived in peace with the Druids, the spiritual leaders of Ireland, valuing each other’s wisdom and teachings. The people are not keen on giving up their ancient gods and goddesses, their love of the faerie folk, and their rituals that celebrate the seasons. Brigid of Kildare knew her people and, respecting their ancient ways, sought a way to keep the best of the old as she shared her love of Jesus and his ways with them. She lived, believing that the church leaders in Rome would value her work and her people.< Less
Jane Addams and the Devil Baby: A One-Act Play By Carolyn Gage
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Hull House, rumored to be sheltering a “devil baby,” is besieged by emigrants clamoring to see the child with horns and hooves. Jane Addams locks horns with an elderly Irish woman, in an... More > attempt to understand the strange obsession that has gripped Chicago.< Less
Jane Addams and the Devil Baby: A One-Act Play By Carolyn Gage
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Hull House, rumored to be sheltering a “devil baby,” is besieged by emigrants clamoring to see the child with horns and hooves. Jane Addams locks horns with an elderly Irish woman, in an... More > attempt to understand the strange obsession that has gripped Chicago.< Less
A Collection of Plays - Volume One By Joseph Rubanoff
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A collection of four plays by Joseph Rubanoff.
Patricide: A Play In One Minute By Carolyn Gage
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A one-minute play. A one‑minute monologue by a woman of any age, ethnicity, race, orientation, physical ability, class background—in which she telephones and confronts her father on... More > incest.< Less
Featherstone (An Appointment in One Act) By Vincent Truman
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"So you're married?" asks Doctor Colin Featherstone to Thomas and Jayne Philpott, a couple whose five-year marriage has devolved to blaming and hurt feelings. "My condolences. Still,... More > congratulations on taking the first step in realizing you probably married the wrong person in the first place." So begins "Featherstone", a dark one-act comedy comprised of one extremely volatile, unnerving and hysterical session with a psychologist who loves humanity but has grown bored of people and a couple that long since abandoned each other. Plagued by the facilities breaking down one at a time (lights, Internet, phone, etc.), "Featherstone" is a devastatingly funny and engaging stripping away of the walls and reasons which separate us. "Featherstone" runs about 65-70 minutes with roles for two women and three men (genders can be reversed).< Less
Featherstone, An Appointment in One Act (2014) By Vincent Truman
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"So you're married?" asks Doctor Colin Featherstone to Thomas and Jayne Philpott, a couple whose five-year marriage has devolved to blaming and hurt feelings. "My condolences. Still,... More > congratulations on taking the first step in realizing you probably married the wrong person in the first place." So begins "Featherstone", a dark one-act comedy comprised of one extremely volatile, unnerving and hysterical session with a psychologist who loves humanity but has grown bored of people and a couple that long since abandoned each other. Plagued by the facilities breaking down one at a time (lights, Internet, phone, etc.), "Featherstone" is a devastatingly funny and engaging stripping away of the walls and reasons which separate us. "Featherstone" runs about 65-70 minutes with roles for two women and three men (genders can be reversed). "Wildly witty!" - Chicago Reader.< Less
ONE-ACTS for GROWN UPS By Ralph C. Cooper Jr.
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