7 edition of Seven one-act plays found in the catalog.
Seven one-act plays
|Statement||[by] Bernard Shaw. Edited by Jeffrey Tillet.|
|LC Classifications||PR5360 .F68|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 163 p.|
|Number of Pages||163|
|LC Control Number||68099839|
The story and characters in Cowboy Mouth were loosely inspired by Shepard and Smith's relationship. The name and character of Silva Vacarro is used in Baby Doll. Or, a History of Messy Rooms. A comic tale of reunion, in which a young man drops in on his grandfather's Illinois farmstead only to be greeted with indifference by his relations, Buried Child saw Shepard stake a claim to the psychological terrain of classic American theater.
A comic tale of reunion, in which a young man drops in on his grandfather's Illinois farmstead only to be greeted with indifference by his relations, Buried Child saw Shepard stake a claim to the psychological terrain of classic American theater. A woman hosts a workout class and talks about her busy schedule, full of success and work, that collapses down at the end of the day when she cries beneath her favorite quilt. Based on Sonnet 94 by Shakespeare, Holden hosts a party in honor of a famous writer. Share this:. Boy Meets Girl is an ideal choice for high school drama contests and one-act festivals.
A highly dramatized retelling of a section from The Trojan Women, this one-act was comedic and simple, ending with a happy chorus number granted by the coincidences of life. An "unsatisfactory supper" cooked by Aunt Rose brings the issue to a head. LilMary B. Lena and Louie and Rusty and Rico are about two pairs of lovers who discover what it really means to be in love. It involves an unnamed Man and Woman who are bound together in an endless cycle by their hopeless poverty. It's ''the near future''; we're in a dump of a room on the Lower East Side, where a young man named Torch has been quarantined after testing positive for a nameless disease that sounds a lot like AIDS.
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Written with Christopher Durang. Cast: 2 women, 2 men Tripper's Taxi: Tripper is always on drugs. Related Products. Torch pleads with Blue to leave before his resistance fails and he infects her. The Last of My Solid Gold Watches[ edit ] The Last of My Solid Gold Watches was written inand centers on a Mississippi shoe salesman named Charlie Colton "whose time has passed and who pathetically echoes himself"; Williams is thought to have drawn on aspects of his father, a traveling salesman, in his portrait of Colton.
It contains three characters: D. His final film appearance is Never Herewhich premiered in June but had been filmed in the fall of Steinberg; stage manager, Maria Kliavkoff.
The setting is described as "The sun porch of a villa in the Alps Maritimes. Bowne's down-and-dirty lines. Shepard accompanied Bob Dylan on the Rolling Thunder Revue of as the screenwriter for Renaldo and Clara that emerged from the tour.
During the s, Shepard decided that his vision for his plays required him to direct them himself.
His early plays had a number of different directors, but were most frequently directed by Ralph Cook, the founder of Theatre Genesis. The premise of the play follows three friends who take a time machine back to the s.
There's Gary B. Blue reports that ''Hollywood is toast. Your drama students will get a chuckle out of the ending, so you might want to surprise them by doing the first reading aloud together.
On this rainy New York City day he picks up a Contessa and her cat, a young male hustler and a wandering young woman with a suitcase. On this particular night tragedy, both romantic and violent, strikes. Jason shows up, so does a messenger with news of Lady Teazle, and a Deus ex Machina comes down from the sky and tries to cheer everybody up.
In it, Lily, a frustrated chain-smoking young woman, is hounded by her mother. Gurdjieff 's Fourth Waya recurring preoccupation for much of his life. Inthe play was expanded into the film of the same namewhich starred Natalie Wood and Robert Redford.
Or, a History of Messy Rooms. You'll be in time for ''Beirut,'' Alan Bowne's stunner about love in the plague years.
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