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Jane Addams and the Devil Baby: A One-Act Play By Carolyn Gage
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Hull House, rumored to be sheltering a “devil baby,” is besieged by emigrants clamoring to see the child with horns and hooves. Jane Addams locks horns with an elderly Irish woman, in an... More > attempt to understand the strange obsession that has gripped Chicago.< Less
The Spindle: An Adult Fairy Tale in Two Acts By Carolyn Gage
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“This play is simply brilliant—in its construct, its characters and its dialogue.”—Sacramento Art and Entertainment Examiner. A children’s theatre play for adults! As... More > thirteen-year old Doko struggles to rescue her best friend the Princess Beauty from the curse that says she will be pricked by a spindle before her sixteenth birthday, the adults in the play grapple with the denial about child sexual abuse that holds the kingdom in a tyrant’s thrall.< Less
The Evil That Men Do: The Story of Thalidomide (A Radio Drama) By Carolyn Gage
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Fast-paced radio drama, suitable for stage production. The conspiracy of the German drug manufacturers and the FDA unfolds like a murder mystery, as Dr. Frances Kelsey, suspecting birth defects,... More > stalls for time against mounting pressures to license sale of “the sleeping pill of the century.”< Less
Women on the Land: A Lesbian Musical By Carolyn Gage
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Small-cast lesbian musical about the culture clash between the urban leather scene and the country dykes on a land collective in Oregon. “Vampire Lesbians From Hell” meet the goddess... More > worshiper in a showdown of values on the night of Beltane. THERE IS NO MUSIC FOR THIS SHOW.< Less
AXED! By Carolyn Gage
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Who was Lizzie Borden? Award-winning playwright Carolyn Gage explores this question in two lively one-acts, focused on the women who knew Lizzie. In Lace Curtain Irish, an Irish woman, working in... More > her kitchen in Anaconda, Montana, opens a newspaper to read about the death of the alleged murderer, Lizzie Borden. The woman is Bridget Sullivan, the Borden's former maid. A gripping solo one-act that turns history on its head! In The Greatest Actress Who Ever Lived, a closeted reporter arrives in the dressing room of veteran, bisexual stage and film star Nance O'Neil, and as Nance shares the details of her affair with alleged ax murderess Lizzie Borden, the two women share a moment of intimacy.< Less
AXED! By Carolyn Gage
eBook (PDF): $9.99
Who was Lizzie Borden? Award-winning playwright Carolyn Gage explores this question in two lively one-acts, focused on the women who knew Lizzie. In Lace Curtain Irish, an Irish woman, working in... More > her kitchen in Anaconda, Montana, opens a newspaper to read about the death of the alleged murderer, Lizzie Borden. The woman is Bridget Sullivan, the Borden's former maid. A gripping solo one-act that turns history on its head! In The Greatest Actress Who Ever Lived, a closeted reporter arrives in the dressing room of veteran, bisexual stage and film star Nance O'Neil, and as Nance shares the details of her affair with alleged ax murderess Lizzie Borden, the two women share a moment of intimacy.< Less
Crossing the Rapelands: A One-Woman Show By Carolyn Gage
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This is a one-woman show about the playwright’s experiences of hitchhiking through America in the early 1970's—specifically about hitchhiking from Boulder to Los Angeles, to San Francisco... More > and back with another woman in the summer of 1973. In this tale of lost lesbian love, Gage incorporates the tales of other women crossing the "Rapelands" of the West: Sacajawea, Janis Joplin, Thelma and Louise, and the Women of the Orego< Less
Crossing the Rapelands: A One - Woman Show By Carolyn Gage
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This is a one-woman show about the playwright’s experiences of hitchhiking through America in the early 1970's—specifically about hitchhiking from Boulder to Los Angeles, to San Francisco... More > and back with another woman in the summer of 1973. In this tale of lost lesbian love, Gage incorporates the tales of other women crossing the "Rapelands" of the West: Sacajawea, Janis Joplin, Thelma and Louise, and the Women of the Oregon Trail.< Less
Crossing the Rapelands: A One-Woman Show By Carolyn Gage
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This is a one-woman show about the playwright’s experiences of hitchhiking through America in the early 1970's—specifically about hitchhiking from Boulder to Los Angeles, to San Francisco... More > and back with another woman in the summer of 1973. In this tale of lost lesbian love,Gage incorporates the tales of other women crossing the "Rapelands" of the West: Sacajawea, Janis Joplin, Thelma and Louise, and the Women of the Oregon Trail.< Less
How to Write a Country-Western Song: A Concert With a Plot By Carolyn Gage
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A five-woman “concert with a plot.” Two sets of lovers, both former bandmates, struggle with recovery on the eve of a concert. Show combines country-western, punk rock, hip hop, gospel,... More > and blues... using a concert stage for the set. CD available.< Less

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