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Exit Dark Stage Left By Darren Brealey
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This book holds a very interesting group of plays. Aunt Ethel's Death Notice takes us through the dirty event of dividing up personal items of a departed loved one. Doped Up Deal provides an insight... More > of the not so glamorous life of cash-strapped everyday city folk and the not so friendly drug dealer who won't take no for an answer. Then, it's Happy Birthday, Christmas Bernii; a thirteen-year old girl with a macabre sense of humour. Separating The Dust is a glimpse into the world of two brothers; the gloves are off after the last mourners have departed their mother’s funeral service; one fights for his lion’s share of the Will and the other fights for his life. Spring is a season of new beginnings but Mrs Wentworth-Brewster feels it's time to spring-clean the tenants of her rooms at her lady's only boarding house. Richly dark and humourous, extreme in its social commentary of the human psyche, this collection of one-act plays will have the audience on the edge of their seats right from page one.< Less
Exit Dark Stage Left: A Collection of One Act Plays By Darren R. Brealey
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This book holds a very interesting group of plays. Aunt Ethel's Death Notice takes us through the dirty event of dividing up personal items of a departed loved one. Doped Up Deal provides an insight... More > of the not so glamorous life of cash-strapped everyday city folk and the not so friendly drug dealer who won't take no for an answer. Then, it's Happy Birthday, Christmas Bernii; a thirteen-year old girl with a macabre sense of humour. Separating The Dust is a glimpse into the world of two brothers; the gloves are off after the last mourners have departed their mother's funeral service; one fights for his lion's share of the Will and the other fights for his life. Spring is a season of new beginnings but Mrs Wentworth-Brewster feels it's time to spring-clean the tenants of her rooms at her lady's only boarding house. Richly dark and humourous, extreme in its social commentary of the human psyche, this collection of one-act plays will have the audience on the edge of their seats right from page one.< Less
Acts of Witness - Stages of Worship: Communicative Drama and the Plays of Charles M. Tanner By Lanin Thomasma
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Charles M. Tanner founded the international drama ministry Covenant Players in 1963. In the course of over 40 years, he wrote over 3500 plays for this ministry. These plays have been performed in... More > service to churches and other organizations the world over. Veteran Covenant Player Lanin D. Thomasma explores the impact of this unique form of communication.< Less
Acts of Witness - Stages of Worship: Communicative Drama and the Plays of Charles M. Tanner By Lanin Thomasma
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Charles M. Tanner founded the international drama ministry Covenant Players in 1963. In the course of over 40 years, he wrote over 3500 plays for this ministry. These plays have been performed in... More > service to churches and other organizations the world over. Veteran Covenant Player Lanin D. Thomasma explores the impact of this unique form of communication. Learn more about Charles M. Tanner and Covenant Players at www.covenantplayers.org.< Less
KAWL presents It's a Wonderful Life: A Radio Play for the Stage By Jim Martyka
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One of the most beloved and treasured films of all time, nothing reflects the joy, soul and celebration of the holiday season more than Frank Capra's sentimental classic "It's a Wonderful... More > Life." Theatre Unleashed is pleased to bring you a new take on this heart-warming classic with KAWL Presents "It's a Wonderful Life: A Radio Play for the Stage." The show takes place at KAWL, a struggling 1940's radio station that good-hearted owner Michael Anderson is barely keeping alive. He calls on some old friends (with big personalities) and some less-than-professional station employees to offer up the touching masterpiece in what might sadly be the station's last live show. But it's the holidays, a time when miracles can happen... "...so fresh and light it can almost float away, yet so deep and profound a moral message, one stated so eloquently by Mark Twain: 'No man is a failure who has friends.'" "...a cherished holiday tradition, imparting a message of hope for time eternal." - The Tolucan Times< Less
When History Meets the Stage By Wayland High School EL Program
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A collection of historical fiction plays written by Wayland High School (WHS) EL students and illustrated by Honors Art students.
5 For £5: Stage By Oliver Meech
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5 tricks for stage, stand-up and/or platform work. Playful effects that play big, with cards, cars and more. Includes - SPECTATOR BLINDFOLD DRIVE: A spectator drives a remote-control car over playing... More > cards and you predict which one they park on. TED VADER: An audio revelation that's deeply strange and most amusing. TRUST NO ONE: Prove that the audience are up to their own tricks. SAY WHAT YOU SEE: You supposedly fail to guess a chosen photo, then show that it's staring them in the face. CRASH BANG WALLOP WHAT A PRETTY PICTURE: The classic pulling-away-the-tablecloth stunt goes oh so wrong...then oh so right.< Less
StarCluster 4 - Zero Stage By clash bowley et al.
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Welcome to StarCluster 4 with Zero Stage, an introductory game for StarCluster 4. You play agents of the Unifactoid Peripatetic Headline Intelligencer news agency, agents with a thirst for news and a... More > disregard for personal safety. You cover all of Jeshen Space, a ten sun system empire belonging to the Jeshen - and their allies, the Humans. Your characters are Human or Jeshen. You know what Humans are, and Jeshen are very humanoid indeed - tailed, hairless, hermaphroditic, semi-aquatic humanoids. They run Jeshen Space, and own the choicest Real Estate. Of course, they were here first, and they took in Humanity as refugees, and beggars should not be choosers. At any rate, Humanity has convinced the Jeshen that they co-evolved with their servitor apecies - uplifted animals, robots, and bioroids - and they could not live without them. So, though it disgusts the Jeshen, Humans have their slaves, and Jeshen Space is crawling with secrets and conflicts!< Less
A Sage of the Stage, not Beast in a Cage By Sharon Whyte
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This series of screenprints presented by Edinburgh artist Sharon Whyte all relate to so-called ‘learned’ or ‘educated’ animals, a true oddity of magic and performance history.... More > They reached the height of their popularity in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries and the various claims stated on playbills and other ephemera include their ability to tell the time, read and spell, perform arithmetic and do tricks with cards. The surviving playbills, reviews, posters, songs and books that relate their history form the backbone of this series of screenprints (all of which are hand printed by the artist). The intention is to convey the playfulness with which such entertainments were both presented and received in their time and to celebrate a unique piece of history using colourful imagery mixed with original ephemera. This is the exhibition catalogue for the series, which went on show at various venues in the UK in 2009.< Less
The Quiney Affair By A play by Reg Mitchell
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An award-winning drama performed to great acclaim at the Royal Shakespeare Company’s The Other Place in 2004 and, a one-act version in the RSC’s Fringe Festival of 1997, and a winner in... More > the 1999 West Midland Arts New Writing Festival: ‘A highly accomplished work ... virtually faultless ... provides three substantial roles for women, much more challenging than are found in modern stage drama.’ The Soho Theatre reviewer: ‘incredibly absorbing and entertaining. Warm and unexpectedly moving. Wonderful play, credible characters and dialogue with a very emotional ending out of the blue’.< Less

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