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Sixteen works from American theater, 1787 1911: "Charles the Second" (1824); "Fashion "(1845); "Uncle Tom's Cabin" (1852); "The Count of Monte Cristo" (1883); "The Mouse-Trap" (1889); "The Great Divide" (1906); more. Background essay. "
Gathers highlights from the season's ten best plays and information on plays produced in the United States
The 6th annual collection of new plays contains an eclectic mix of styles and subjects, all produced during the 20032004 theatrical season. Includes an introduction by Dr. Rosary ONeill.The Beard of Avon by Amy Freed This hilarious comedy crashes head-on into the Shakespearean Authorship Controversy. Bee-Luther-Hatchee by Thomas Gibbons This fascinating drama is about a Black female book editor who finds to her chagrin that her latest best seller, a memoir written by a mysterious poor black woman in the South, is not what it seemed. The Love Song of J. Robert Oppenheimer by Carson Kreitzer This award-winning drama deals in a fascinatingly surreal way with the story of the father of the atom bomb.Living Out by Lisa Loomer Timely drama about an illegal alien from South America working as a nanny for a California anglo couple. Intimate Apparel by Lynn Nottage Award-winning Off-Broadway hit drama about a Black seamstress in early twentieth century New York City.Book Group by Marisa Smith A delightful character comedy about women in a book-reading group who spend their weekly meetings getting involved in each others personal lives rather than actually discussing the books theyve read.The Story by Tracey Scott Wilson A riveting drama about a Black female reporter with a fabricated past.
(Applause Books). Comical, offbeat, poignant, and fresh, The Best Plays of 2014 presents six of the most original plays of the year in a single volume selected by renowned editor Lawrence Harbison. * The Country House , a comedy about a deeply dramatic family, by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Donald Margulies. * Dinner with the Boys , an offbeat, dark comedy by Dan Lauria about some old-time wise guys who want to have a good Italian meal and a few laughs and tie up some loose ends before dessert. * Mala Hierba by Tanya Saracho, inspired by Latin American culture, which pits human yearnings against the power of culturally predetermined obligations. * Based on real events, Our Lady of Kibeho by Katori Hall was hailed as the "most important new play of the year!" by Terry Teachout of The Wall Street Journal . * When January Feels Like Summer by Cori Thomas presents five lives colliding as a feeling of change hums in the air during one strangely warm winter in Central Harlem. * Year of the Rooster ( New York Times Critics' Pick) by Eric Dufault a fiercely comic play about cockfighting, connections, and clawing your way to the top.

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