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Shakescenes: A Work of Revisionist Theater By Andrew Barnaby
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Shakescenes: A Work of Revisionist Theater, is an adaptation that reimagines in the spirit of high frivolity a series of scenes drawn from various Shakespearean plays. Although it mostly certainly... More > can be read, it is primarily intended for performance. If performed, it can accommodate anywhere from four to twenty actors. It is especially appropriate either for a small ensemble that is looking for a challenge or for a larger ensemble in which everyone gets to play a meaningful part. If you would like to perform it, please contact the author at Andrew.Barnaby@uvm.edu.< Less
some life: three plays for solo performance By Mia Paschal
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Three solo performance plays: "A different angle changes everything - any poolshark, fisherman, boxer, or helpless wayward bullet could tell you that." In "some life", a woman is... More > seen from unexpected angles in this meditation on identity. Awarded Best of the 2004 San Francisco Fringe Festival. An arm embroidered with scars. Seven suicide attempts. From Arkansas to Paris to Amsterdam, from a Hungarian terrorist cell to a Milanese psych ward, "This Lily Was (Fontana)" examines the life of a cutter. Awarded Best of the 2006 San Francisco Fringe Festival. "What good is being female unless you can wield it like a sword?" Inspired by the dreamscape collages of Joseph Cornell, the surreal whimsy of George Herriman's seminal cartoon "Krazy Kat", and the boxer Sonny Liston's powerful punch, "Along the Path of Larks and Swallows", is a poetic, magical, and darkly comic exploration of love.< Less
some life: three plays for solo performance By Mia Paschal
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Three solo performance plays: "A different angle changes everything - any poolshark, fisherman, boxer, or helpless wayward bullet could tell you that." In "some life", a woman is... More > seen from unexpected angles in this meditation on identity. Awarded Best of the 2004 San Francisco Fringe Festival. An arm embroidered with scars. Seven suicide attempts. From Arkansas to Paris to Amsterdam, from a Hungarian terrorist cell to a Milanese psych ward, "This Lily Was (Fontana)" examines the life of a cutter. Awarded Best of the 2006 San Francisco Fringe Festival. "What good is being female, unless you can wield it like a sword?" Inspired by the dreamscape collages of Joseph Cornell, the surreal whimsy of George Herriman's seminal cartoon "Krazy Kat", and the boxer Sonny Liston's powerful punch, "Along the Path of Larks and Swallows", is a poetic, magical, and darkly comic exploration of love.< Less
It's A Wonderful Life By Golden Crow Theater
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Official photo book for Golden Crow's 2008 production of It's A Wonderful Life.
New York Theater Review 2007 By Brook Stowe
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An anthology of New York alternative theater, 2006.
New York Theater Review 2008 By Brook Stowe
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NYTR’s 2008 edition contains three new plays, three original commissioned essays, an extended roundtable chat with six leading NYC theater and performance bloggers, and a sit-down give and take... More > with that singular sonic performance onslaught also known as Reggie Watts. Plays include Taylor Mac’s "The Young Ladies Of," Tommy Smith’s "White Hot," and Ping Chong & Sara Michelle Zatz’ "Undesirable Elements". In essays, theater artists Victoria Linchong, Zachary R. Mannheimer and Marya Sea Kaminski contribute fresh takes on the NYC alt-theater of today, and a look back fifty years to where it all began.< Less
New York Theater Review 2008 By Brook Stowe
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NYTR’s 2008 edition contains three new plays, three original commissioned essays, an extended roundtable chat with six leading NYC theater and performance bloggers, and a sit-down give and take... More > with that singular sonic performance onslaught also known as Reggie Watts. Plays include Taylor Mac’s "The Young Ladies Of," Tommy Smith’s "White Hot," and Ping Chong & Sara Michelle Zatz’ "Undesirable Elements". In essays, theater artists Victoria Linchong, Zachary R. Mannheimer and Marya Sea Kaminski contribute fresh takes on the NYC alt-theater of today, and a look back fifty years to where it all began.< Less
Let's Make a Scene! Short Plays and Scenes for Grade School Performers By M.J. Gallagher
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These scripts from short plays and scenes are great for students to use to put on a show. Playmaking is a craft. A play is something you build with your friends! Ask yourself: Who'll direct it? Where... More > do we get the costumes, & props? How will we create the sound effects? Who'll turn on/off the lights? Play scripts are fantastic tools for teaching Group interaction; Creativity & Expression; Technical skills; Language, including ESL And so much more! Includes: "Djinn Rummage": self-centered Doreen magic at a rummage sale. "All that Glitters": the bumbling Behr Brothers thought they had struck gold when they kidnapped the heiress to the Golden Throne port-a-pottie empire. "Candy is Dandy," a macabre modern take on the classic "Hansel & Gretal." Select scenes from "Cindy Claus Versus the Easter Bunny" (the sequel to "Cindy Claus Saves Christmas"). "Birdbrains," sitcom-style mini-episodes about best friends Sydney ("the Brain") and fun-loving, goofy Bird & their friends! Remember: Kids love to play!< Less
Unknown: A Play By Alexis Clements
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Nobody knows Sydney Anders. Nobody living anyway. Well, maybe one or two people, but they don’t know her well. So nobody paid much attention when the boxes came into the Archives—seven to... More > be exact, six full of journals and one of cassette tapes. But Sophie was there when the boxes came. She just turned 30 and has been volunteering at the Archives for two years now. Thea was also there. She’s 15 and has been spending a lot of time at the Archives lately. Unknown follows Thea, Sophie, and a handful of characters who interact with them, as they flip through the pages of Sydney’s life, discovering her story as they go about their business in a very idiosyncratic archive related to the lives of lesbians. Inspired by the 40-year-old Lesbian Herstory Archives in Brooklyn, NY, Unknown offers a portrait of a small community of lesbians spanning four generations. It asks how we come to know a person as something more than the role they play in our lives or the labels society applies to them.< Less
50 Plays By Joe Janes
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To follow-up writing a comedy sketch a day for a year with 365 Sketches, Joe Janes has collaborated with Chicago's finest directors and actors to write and develop for them 50 short one act plays.... More > Each director showcased his or her own specific take on the limitless imagination of the former stand-up comic and Emmy Award winner turned instructor/director/performer at Strawdog Theater's Hugen Hall in June 2011 to sell out crowds and enthusiastic reception.< Less

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