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Diner Shane Strawbridge
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Distant Survivors June Prager
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ISBN: 9781943416134
“Distant Survivors is quintessential Heyen poetry; incendiary, intransigent, challenging and provocative.” Joyce Carol Oates “Heyen is himself an American. But he is an American who is the son of a German of the generation which produced the Nazis and the nephew of a Nazi flyer shot down over Russia, and the question, What is man?, becomes for him the more agonizing question, What am I?” Archibald MacLeish “Bill Heyen’s poetry is important for people to hear, especially for college students who are ready to grapple with the same issues as he does in his poetry.” Abby Johnson, Education Chair, Vassar Jewish Union Board Religious and Spiritual Life, Vassar College, NY “The gift ...
Double Occupancy 2 Tonylou Productions
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The sequel to Double Occupancy, senior couple Helen and Stanley, along with their families, travel to Las Vegas to get married in the Elvis Chapel of Love. Of course, just like in the original, nothing ever goes right for Helen and Stanley, and the hilarious chaos throughout the play continually threatens their pending wedding ceremony!
Dreams of Glass Margaret McSeveney
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Daisi (pronounced Daisy) a young Scottish lass, prepares for her exams in fortune-telling school. Planning to open a psychic hotline, she grapples with her own identity, predetermined by her father’s system of numerology, her mother’s regret about her own life, her own role in a relationship with boyfriend, Kenny, and her relationship with her father who “appears” offstage as a spirit. Through Daisi’s guileless and optimistic monologue, we see the struggle of all women who seek to find their own place and worth in this world. Daisi Dickie is one of those characters with a life of their own who will live on in the audience’s memory long after they leave the theatre. "In the whi ...
Echoes of Ebola Sarah Yuen
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Echoes of Ebola is a contemporary play set in an African country in the present day, as a killer virus is ravaging the population and threatening a worldwide pandemic. Two virologists, Aisha Laboru and Aidan Jones, and two veteran aid workers, Kofi Bello and Joy Cartwright, are based in one small town. The scientists are working on a vaccine for the virus. But when freelance journalist Ned Jacobs arrives in town, asking questions nobody wants to answer, all their motives are challenged and then laid bare. At the same time African landowner Zuri N'bongo, who has a secret of his own, provides the missing piece to expose a sinister depopulation agenda with far reaching consequences; ...
El Cedro JAN PAUL MILTON
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A muy temprana edad, Salomé, una joven del sur de los Estados Unidos, decide que su vida la tiene que hacer sola y lejos de su lugar de nacimiento. Su sueño de ser una pintora moderna le traslada a Nueva York. Allí se instala en una banca pública de un barrio pobre y peligroso. Por bien o mal, su objetivo le empuja a asociarse con un grupo de pintores que viven circunstancias muy complicadas. Vive con ellos, trabaja ellos y comparte sus aflicciones. Salomé, convencida de que la peor parte de su vida ya estaba en su historia, insiste en dar todo lo que posee para lograr su propósito. Sin embargo, su imaginación nunca le exhortó a evaluar la intensidad de las ...
Elijah, The Tishbite Elizabeth Kaye
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The nation of Israel faces threats from the north and west. In an attempt to protect his nation, Ahab, king of Israel, allies himself with Eth-Baal of Phoenicia through marriage to Jezebel, the priestess of Ashteroth. Ahab's actions break the ancestral covenant between Yahweh and His chosen nation, plunging the nation into a three year drought. Elijah, the prophet of Yahweh, exposes the nation's sin. Will the nation repent? Will the rains return? Will Elijah choose the path Yahweh sets out for him? 
Familia, cámara... ¡acción! Edilberto Torres Santos
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Tres piezas teatrales que presentan las relaciones de familia, desde una perspectiva televisada. Temas como el divorcio, el amor fraterno, la autoestima, el compromiso moral y social, la comprensión y el respeto, se presentan de manera dinámica y entretenida. Las obras ofrecen la oportunidad de realizar montajes en escuelas, iglesias y grupos cívicos, para provocar el diálogo, la búsqueda de soluciones y el análisis profundo.
Fragile Thing Cracks by Ben Jolivet Taylor Gruenloh
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Love is like this fragile thing… and so is Leo’s sanity and stuff. Leo finally finds the man of his dreams—who immediately dies in his bed. Face-to-face with his lover’s grieving family, Leo tells a little white lie. And then another. And then a whole hell of a lot more. And then his best friend starts judging him, and his dead lover’s brother wants a piece, and his dead boyfriend shows up demanding fidelity… And on top of all that, he might be going a little bit nuts. But it’s all worth it, right? This is the man of his dreams. Fragile Thing Cracks is a dark comedy about love, loneliness, and the delicate line between sanity and something else.
Frankenstein: The Modern Prometheus Kathleen McBlair
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Frankenstein: The Modern Prometheus has been a favorite with community theaters and school theaters for over a decade. True to the original Mary Shelley novel, the monster and creative staging adds intensity to this already ominous story. The playwright has also added bits of humor to lighten the atmosphere. First produced at the Kempsville Playhouse in Virginia Beach, Virginia, parents and children alike screamed as the monster entered the stage area through the mist. It is truly a delight for young and old.

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