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???G?S??S Glafkos Georghiades
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Nikolas Petri Yiangou, an EOKA fighter from Zodia, Cyprus, was captured by the British and murdered while suffering severe punishment for his part in the move to free the country of Cyprus from the British. His body was not given to his relatives by his murderers. The British claimed he escaped while being 'examined'... The drama is about his life, his capture, suffering of his family and his death.
A History of Student Theatre at the University of Pennsylvania Jeremy Berman
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Author Jeremy Berman spent over a year researching the history of student theatre at the University of Pennsylvania. This comprehensive volume contains information gleaned from yearbooks, programs, journals, group minutes, letters, tickets, websites, and interviews.
Abba Tekel Getachew Tarekegn
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The long and arduous journey of Emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia.
Abba-Dagnew Getachew Tarekegn
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A play about Menelik II of Ethiopia, who was king of Shewa and emperor of Ethiopia (1889) expanded the empire, repelled an Italian invasion, and modernized Ethiopia.
Acting in Faith: A Christian's Guide to the Acting World Michael Kary
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Fear, unreliable inspiration, and a lack of empathy are the three main roadblocks in the way of a compelling performance. These roadblocks also happen to be three areas in which a Christian artist should have a unique advantage.Part acting book, part devotional, Acting in Faith succinctly brings together the seemingly disparate worlds of the entertainment industry and Christianity. Take your faith deeper and your career further with this in-depth, biblically based, acting text book. For more on Michael Kary as a performer, writer, director, and teacher, visit michaelkary.com
Distant Survivors June Prager
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“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 ...
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? 
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.
Guailí y el cemí de oro Héctor Rodríguez
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El niño taíno Guailí es seleccionado entre los miembros de su tribu por la diosa madre Atabey, para emprender un viaje hasta lo alto de la montaña sagrada del Yunque para pedirle a Yocahú, el dios del bien, su poderoso cemí de oro que habrá de salvar a la tribu de la maldad de Juracán y los maboyas. En este viaje lleno de peligros, le acompañan el Coquí Profesor y la cotorra Doña Cuca. Juntos viven una peligrosa aventura en la que se enfrentan a los malvados maboyas y al mismo Juracán hasta obtener el triunfo en su misión.
La Batalla de Tambán JAN PAUL MILTON
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Tambán es el sobrenombre de Daniel, un joven artesano que fabrica armas. Como sus previas generaciones; el trabaja de sol a sol para proveer a su joven familia. El ambiente peligroso que prevalece en casi todos los niveles económicos y sociales genera la necesidad de proteger los bancos, hoteles, restaurantes, etc. con guardias armados. Tambán y otros armeros, intentan aprovechar esa demanda de armas y fían dinero para automatizar sus talleres. Pero un operativo militar dirigida por el gobierno confisca las herramientas, clausura los talleres y prohíbe la fabricación de armas. Más de 35 familias se quedan en extrema pobreza; algunos emigran, otros se hacen agricultores y pocos miembr ...

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