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Evelyn Dunbar and Other Comedies: Five One Woman Plays by Josie Peterson

Evelyn Dunbar and Other Comedies: Five One Woman Plays by Josie PetersonEvelyn Dunbar and Other Comedies: Five One Woman Plays by Josie Peterson is a collection of comedic monologues that act as short one-woman shows. In the collection, you’ll find an overworked waitress in a restaurant run by characters from Wuthering Heights, a classical music DJ who can’t stay on topic, a faded screen legend, and other eccentric, yet eloquent, characters.…

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Review: The Queue, A Novella and Warriors, A Trilogy of Plays On Aging by L. Michael Hager

I approached this book warily. After all, fiction and playwriting are such different forms, why put the two together? Fiction is designed to pull you into a world, and a published play requires you to imagine seeing a stage and, despite the stage directions, you forget that a stage is there or that the script is really meant for actors.…

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