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A Little Out of the Ordinary Plays By Armando Simon
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This volume contains six one-act plays. "Remember Me" involves a small boy kidnapped by a total stranger. "Don Quixote's Wife" undermines one of the crucial pillars of Western... More > civilization. "Stuck" looks at a writer with writer's block, but who nevertheless has some potential characters for his next work. In "Waiting for Waiting for Godot to End" we view how an audience passes the time until an insufferably boring play finally ends. "The Eternal Student" is a character that can be found in any university. And, finally, "Texas Sucks!" is a statement constantly repeated by a young teenager dragged to a vacation in Texas, at which point his parents agree that Texas, in truth, is the pits.< Less
A Little Out of the Ordinary Plays By Armando Simon
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This volume contains six one-act plays. "Remember Me" involves a small boy kidnapped by a total stranger. "Don Quixote's Wife" undermines one of the crucial pillars of Western... More > civilization. "Stuck" looks at a writer with writer's block, but who nevertheless has some potential characters for his next work. In "Waiting for Waiting for Godot to End" we view how an audience passes the time until an insufferably boring play finally ends. "The Eternal Student" is a character that can be found in any university. And, finally, "Texas Sucks!" is a statement constantly repeated by a young teenager dragged to a vacation in Texas, at which point his parents agree that Texas, in truth, is the pits.< Less
Borderline: A Play By Shervin Youssefian
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Shervin Youssefian’s scalding drama is about two men lost in a strange and tenebrous town called Hippocampus. The weather in Hippocampus changes on the drop of a coin as the two men collude to... More > figure out where they are and how they ended up there. All takes a shocking detour when they realize they have an acquaintance in common. A woman by the name of Lydia. >>>>> "Thought Provoking . . . Riveting ." Jeff Favre, BACKSTAGE >>>>> "Dialogue drives at a rapid pace, with fine rythmns. An examination of conflict, desire and memory, ‘Borderline’ considers how people impact each other’s lives, and other times, disappear without a trace.” - Mary Mallory, TOLUCAN TIMES >>>>> "In many ways, better than WAITING FOR GODOT." –SAVANT PUBLISHING< Less
Borderline: A Play By Shervin Youssefian
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Shervin Youssefian’s scalding drama is about two men lost in a strange and tenebrous town called Hippocampus. The weather in Hippocampus changes on the drop of a coin as the two men collude to... More > figure out where they are and how they ended up there. All takes a shocking detour when they realize they have an acquaintance in common. A woman by the name of Lydia. >>>>> "Thought Provoking . . . Riveting ." Jeff Favre, BACKSTAGE >>>>> "Dialogue drives at a rapid pace, with fine rythmns. An examination of conflict, desire and memory, ‘Borderline’ considers how people impact each other’s lives, and other times, disappear without a trace.” - Mary Mallory, TOLUCAN TIMES >>>>> "In many ways, better than WAITING FOR GODOT." –SAVANT PUBLISHING< Less
Mégalomanie By J.K. Kahlil
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A short play, about a man living with his physical and mental illnesses; in a setup painted with a dab of humor, a touch of tragedy and a splash of truth, you can read althrough it to an end that... More > takes a different twist towards madness...< Less
Laughing Buddha Weeping Sufi / Poems By Daniel Abdal-Hayy Moore
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“Excess of sorrow laughs. Excess of joy weeps.”(William Blake) A cooly impassioned, and “pathward” adventurous series of poems joining two modes of enlightenment, Buddhist and... More > Sufi, that may in many ways be parallel—from my sitting with saintly Shunryu Suzuki of the San Francisco Zen Center in the early 60s, and my blessed time with Qutb Shaykh ibn al-Habib of Fez in Meknes, Morocco, in the 1970s, may Allah be pleased with both of them. Are the two protagonists of these poems the main characters in Waiting for Godot, now no longer waiting, but there? Exalted humor lightens our spiritual endeavors.< Less
Laughing Buddha Weeping Sufi / Poems By Daniel Abdal-Hayy Moore
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“Excess of sorrow laughs. Excess of joy weeps.”(William Blake) A cooly impassioned, and “pathward” adventurous series of poems joining two modes of enlightenment, Buddhist and... More > Sufi, that may in many ways be parallel—from my sitting with saintly Shunryu Suzuki of the San Francisco Zen Center in the early 60s, and my blessed time with Qutb Shaykh ibn al-Habib of Fez in Meknes, Morocco, in the 1970s, may Allah be pleased with both of them. Are the two protagonists of these poems the main characters in Waiting for Godot, now no longer waiting, but there? Exalted humor lightens our spiritual endeavors.< Less

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