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Chix Book #1: Lingerie Edition By KL Sanchez
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The first edition of Playwright's Playgirls, with 34 pages of full-color gals posing in this edition's theme of "Furs in Lingerie".
New Voices Annual Anthology of Short Plays 2014 By John Bolen
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New Voices Playwrights Theatre annual anthology of short plays by member playwrights for the year 2014. Includes plays by Erica Bennett, John Bolen, Lynne Bolen, Michael Buss, Frank Farmer, John... More > Franceschini, Anne V. Grob, Lorin Howard, John Lane, Austin Peay, Peg E. Rollans, David Rusiecki, Pattric Walker and Linda Whitmore.< Less
Black Box Literary Magazine: Volume 1, Issue 1: November 2010 By Edited by Taylor Brown
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Black Box Literary Magazine is a magazine that solely publishes ten ten-minute plays every month, with the exception of July and December. In July, the magazine will publish two one-act plays and in... More > December, one full length play. This magazine's main goal is to expose the theater community to up-and-coming playwrights from around the country, giving them a chance to share their best works and spark discussion within companies, the classroom and in real life.< Less
Works and Plays By Diane Searls
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This anthology comprises scenes and short plays written by participants in the Drama League of Ireland's playwrighting course at Summer school 2014, taught by Gavin Kostick. All of the pieces... More > included were written as part of the course activities and illustrate aspects of the learning involved. Dialogues, opening, site-specific plays and non-traditional plays are represented in the anthology. Writer biographies are also included.< Less
Black Box Literary Magazine: Volume 1, Issue 1: November 2010 By Edited by Taylor Brown
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Black Box Literary Magazine is a magazine that solely publishes ten ten-minute plays every month, with the exception of July and December. In July, the magazine will publish two one-act plays and in... More > December, one full length play. This magazine's main goal is to expose the theater community to up-and-coming playwrights from around the country, giving them a chance to share their best works and spark discussion within companies, the classroom and in real life.< Less
Stories of the Theatre By Anthony Wynn & Robert E. Wood
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This volume presents twenty select scripts from the hit radio program "A Touch of Greasepaint" starring Barry Morse. The book is an incredible 547 pages in length and includes a special... More > introduction written by Barry Morse, prior to his death, detailing the history and background of these shows. This material was the genesis for Barry's television series "Presenting Barry Morse" and his long-running one man show "Merely Players". This volume contains material on such luminaries as George Bernard Shaw, Ben Jonson, Charles Macready, Peg Woffington, Moliere, Henry Irving, William Shakespeare, Oscar Wilde and many, many more luminaries of the Stage. Additionally, these classic programs featured a wide range of guest actresses, including Toby Robins, Ruth Springford, Margaret Griffin, Kate Reid, and a number of others. Drama, tragedy and comedy combine with tales of actors, actresses, playwrights and critics to take you on a remarkable theatrical journey!< Less
Lying Fallow & Permanent Things By Joe Doran
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These two plays by Joe Doran offer powerful, unsettling theatre experiences. LYING FALLOW tells the tale of Jack Willow, a violent felon trying to work a farm with his pregnant wife in the spring... More > of 1975. When Jack’s unbalanced cousin shows up, things quickly spin out of control... Doran has constructed eerily familiar characters and sent them careening to an almost inexplicable climax. Is it just a perverse joyride, or a surprisingly sober meditation on an entire theatrical form? PERMANENT THINGS When the daughter of a movie icon goes backstage to meet an actor, a promising script by a blackballed playwright acts as the catalyst in a test of wills. Doran raises a series of questions about the motivations of artists and the limits of their creations… Joe Doran’s plays have been performed by theatre groups around the world. His works have aired on Western Public Radio, and have been featured at the TheatreBC Festival in Canada.< Less
Lying Fallow & Permanent Things By Joe Doran
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These two plays by Joe Doran offer powerful, unsettling theatre experiences. LYING FALLOW tells the tale of Jack Willow, a violent felon trying to work a farm with his pregnant wife in the spring... More > of 1975. When Jack’s unbalanced cousin shows up, things quickly spin out of control... Doran has constructed eerily familiar characters and sent them careening to an almost inexplicable climax. Is it just a perverse joyride, or a surprisingly sober meditation on an entire theatrical form? PERMANENT THINGS When the daughter of a movie icon goes backstage to meet an actor, a promising script by a blackballed playwright acts as the catalyst in a test of wills. Doran raises a series of questions about the motivations of artists and the limits of their creations… Joe Doran’s plays have been performed by theatre groups around the world. His works have aired on Western Public Radio, and have been featured at the TheatreBC Festival in Canada.< Less
In the Interests of the Brethren: A One Act Masonic Drama By Aaron Joy
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Loosely inspired by Rudyard Kipling's 1917 short story of the same name, this is the drama of a young man who has put Freemasonry behind him as a bitter tasting memory. He long ago left disillusioned... More > on the eve of his father not becoming Master of the Lodge, and who would also leave to soon die broken. Now, after meeting an old bookseller who shelters a life-changing secret, the man finds himself unexpectedly attending lodge again. He reluctantly is forced to face his father's death and the question of what it means to be a Mason in what is a unique Masonic play. This is the first play by a Maine Mason that uses Masonry as its central theme, takes place in the present day, discusses contemporary issues of lodge life, and can be performed for the public. Playwright Aaron Joy is a music writer who has been involved in Masonry in his home of Portland, Maine. His theater work spans on and off stage in the U.S. and Japan, including directing Off-Broadway and tech at San Francisco's Jon Sims Center.< Less
The Funniest People in Theater: 250 Anecdotes By David Bruce
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Paperback edition. This book contains 250 anecdotes about the theater, including this one: Actor John Neville was unhappy in the late 1950s Old Vic production of “Measure for Measure,” so... More > he used to escape to the nearest pub as often as possible. In fact, just before the pub opened at 5:30 p.m., he would lean against the door. When the door was opened, he would fall inside and say, “Sorry I’m late.”< Less

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