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Wendell. By John Moletress
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WENDELL. is a play by multidisciplinary artist John Moletress. A riff on Woyzeck. Büchner's 1837 fragmented tragedy of a young, broken soldier is transported to present day Charles County,... More > Maryland. When Wendell plays Doom, he plays in his gas mask. In the kitchen, mother Mary washes her mouth with Jim Beam as she imagines her former days as the crowned Queen Nicotina. Father Bundy hears war sounds while cleaning his gun. Mike and Doc have a garage band, but they're not very good. Alice, wife of Mike, obsesses over her cashier scan time. And their son Andrew likes to play football but has a bum knee.< Less
Historia By Ian Rowlands
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HISTORIA are plays by acclaimed Welsh dramatist Ian Rowlands that focus on issues of storytelling, war, history, the making of theatre, gun control, and the nature of tragedy. Plays in this volume... More > include TROYANNE set in Troy, Ohio; A/THE BIOGRAPHY OF A THING; and TROY STORY with foreword by John Clinton Eisner, an introductions by Professor Jerry Hunter, playwright Caridad Svich and Rowlands himself. A dynamic, provocative collection of contemporary drama.< Less
24 Gun Control Plays By Caridad Svich, Zac Kline
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24 GUN CONTROL PLAYS brings together new work in support of gun control from playwrights Neil LaBute, Elaine Avila, Kyle Bostian, Neil Blackadder, Alex Broun, Gab Cody, Tameka Cage Conley, Cecilia... More > Copeland, Yvette Heyliger, Amina Henry, Zac Kline, Jennifer Maisel, Lynn Manning, Oliver Mayer, Chiori Miyagawa, Matthew Paul Olmos, Ian Rowlands, Tammy Ryan, August Schulenburg, Saviana Stanescu, Caridad Svich, Chris Weikel, Winter Miller, Gary Winter, and Laura Zam. The volume features an essay by Tammy Ryan and a reflection and interview by DW Gregory. Selected works in this volume were presented in collaboration with NoPassport, Theater J and force/collision in Washington D.C. on January 26, 2013, and with Pittsburgh PACT to coincide with the March on Washington for Gun Control led by Molly Smith and Suzanne Blue Star Boy. These dynamic works for theatre are a rousing call to action.< Less