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Coming About: A Play in Three Acts By Carolyn Gage
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Coming About is a play that looks at the dramatic change in the institution of marriage since the 1950's. Kay, in her early thirties, is married to a man over twice her age. Finally confronting the... More > facts about the age discrepancies, she begins to move toward establishing her own life. The play opens at the wedding reception for a neighbor, and the presence of Kay's husband's grown children, the question of inheritance, and her mother's bitter reminders about her own marriage turn the festive weekend into a pressure cooker of gender roles. The wedding gives way to a hurricane, and the five couples in the play undergo a sea change before the night is over, as the women come to terms with their loss of identity in marriage. This was the first full-length play by Gage, and it marks her own "coming about." Six women, three men. Two hours Single set< Less
Ugly Ducklings: A Play in Two Acts By Carolyn Gage
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Two counselors at a summer camp struggle with their love against a backdrop of homophobia. Scenes with the campers depict with chilling accuracy the cruelty of girls towards those they perceive as... More > outsiders. Powerful, award-winning lesbian drama!< Less
Little Sister: A Play in One Act By Carolyn Gage
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A one-act play by Carolyn Gage with Christopher N. Courchene. A tribal police officer struggles with her lesbian partner over issues of loyalty and definitions of "family."
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
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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
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
Heterosexuals Anonymous: A 12-Step Spoof In One Act By Carolyn Gage
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A playful send-up of the 12-step movement. Five women in recovery from their addictions to men, convene at their weekly meeting. The format includes personal testimonies and the reading of the 12... More > Steps of HA.< Less
A Labor Play: A One-Act Play By Carolyn Gage
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Kafka-esque one-act about a multi-national corporation in the business of selling babies. “Business as usual” comes to a halt when one of the workers strikes for control of the... More > distribution of manufactured goods. In other words, she wants to keep the baby.< Less
The Last Reading of Charlotte Cushman: A One-Woman Play By Carolyn Gage
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Captivating evening with one of the greatest actresses of the nineteenth century. Charlotte Cushman, a large butch woman, made a name for herself in "breeches parts," and treats the... More > audience to excerpts from her Hamlet, Romeo, and Cardinal Wolsey-as well as scenes and other monologues from her repertoire. National award for "best play about a lesbian historical figure."< Less
Calamity Jane Sends a Message to Her Daughter: A One-Act Play By Carolyn Gage
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A fifteen-minute, one-woman show. Calamity Jane Sends A Message to Her Daughter is a tribute to masculine women living in times when lesbian or transgendered identities were not understood.... More > Accustomed to ridicule and contempt, Calamity survives through a combination of self-deprecating humor, myth-making, and alcohol-shrewdly propagating the myths about herself that will ensure her a place in history.< Less

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Birth Log Book Birth Log Book By Emily Rumsey
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