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Holly Grove Press: Plays by Robert Cole
Songs of the Valley: Selected Plays of Robert Cole By Robert Cole
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In his debut collection, the award-winning playwright Robert Cole takes readers to the startling fictional world of Walstone County, Alabama. The eight plays in this collection offer proof of the... More > continuing literary legacy of the American South. Includes the full-length play "Songs of the Valley" as well as six short plays from Cole's "Walstone" Cycle-- "She's Standing Behind Me," "Above the Mountains," "Cowboy Music," "Osceola Cries," "The Sexy Daughter Cheyenne," and "The Lonesome Blue"-- and the short play "The Way She Lost Her Smile." A foreword to the plays is provided by theatre director Penn Genthner.< Less
The Way She Lost Her Smile Acting Edition By Robert Cole
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Holly Grove Press is proud to present an Acting Edition of the play "The Way They Lost Her Smile" by award-winning playwright Robert Cole. Best buddies Manelle Fox and "Skinner"... More > Brownlow are on a European senior year trip. In the Musee du Louvre, they see the world-famous "Mona Lisa" and...are unimpressed. Back home, their friends mourn not being able to be with them across the Atlantic. Soon, though, Mona Lisa's smile starts to have the same magnetic power over "Skinner" as it has for various other on-lookers, but in a different way... Holly Grove Acting Editions are slim, handsome editions perfect for rehearsals. Each play is printed with space on the opposite page for notes and blocking. The scripts also include costume and property plots as well as Ground Plan, Music, and Sound suggestions. These scripts are the perfect companion for your professional or amateur production.< Less
Above the Mountains Acting Edition By Robert Cole
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Holly Grove Press is proud to present an Acting Edition of the second play in the "Walstone" cycle written by award-winning playwright Robert Cole. A young couple on a hiking trip are in... More > the first flush of love. But, Randall has neglected to make Kay aware he is afraid of heights. The vibrant young woman challenges Randall in a way that opens their relationship to a new, more truthful, beginning. Holly Grove Acting Editions are slim, handsome editions perfect for rehearsals. Each play is printed with space on the opposite page for notes and blocking. The scripts also include costume and property plots as well as Ground Plan, Music, and Sound suggestions. Photographs from the original productions top off the perfect script companion for your professional or amateur production.< Less
Songs of the Valley: Selected Plays of Robert Cole By Robert Cole
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In his debut collection, the award-winning playwright Robert Cole takes readers to the startling fictional world of Walstone County, Alabama. The eight plays in this collection offer proof of the... More > continuing literary legacy of the American South. Includes the full-length play "Songs of the Valley" as well as six short plays from Cole's "Walstone" Cycle-- "She's Standing Behind Me," "Above the Mountains," "Cowboy Music," "Osceola Cries," "The Sexy Daughter Cheyenne," and "The Lonesome Blue"-- and the short play "The Way She Lost Her Smile." A foreword to the plays is provided by theatre director Penn Genthner.< Less
Songs of the Valley: Selected Plays of Robert Cole By Robert Cole
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In his debut collection, the award-winning playwright Robert Cole takes readers to the startling fictional world of Walstone County, Alabama. The eight plays in this collection offer proof of the... More > continuing literary legacy of the American South. Includes the full-length play "Songs of the Valley" as well as six short plays from Cole's "Walstone" Cycle-- "She's Standing Behind Me," "Above the Mountains," "Cowboy Music," "Osceola Cries," "The Sexy Daughter Cheyenne," and "The Lonesome Blue"-- and the short play "The Way She Lost Her Smile." A foreword to the plays is provided by theatre director Penn Genthner.< Less