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A Worthie Woman All Hir Live

CAST:                        2 persons — 1 F, 1 M [doubling] Allison                        — college instructor, a medievalist, mid-30s, recently widowed Stranger                      — sly, small-time con man, late 20s Policeman                   — police officer (off-stage voice) Setting:                        suggestion of a kitchen — chairs, table, counter top, a

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No Thank You

CHARACTERS: BETH & LESLIE are women in their 30s. BETH is dressed comfortably but conservatively. Her hair & makeup are put together. LESLIE has a bolder look. She has a few tasteful piercings & edgy accessories. SETTING: A coffee shop. Today. AT RISE: Beth sits

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Yes-And

“NO BLOOD, JUST FRAUD” LEN: A gremlin. Height: 1’1”. Irritated, Rhode Island accent. Sits like Gollum. FELIX: A dragon. Height: 8’4”. If Winnie-the-Pooh was a theater major. STODDARD: An insurance agent. Height: 5’10”. Human. Grey. THE WATCHER: A raven. Height: 1’2”. Scene: A loan office.

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I Am A Pear

CHARACTERS: KIERAN HARBER-GLASSLEY: A teenage boy, a senior in high school. AVERY HARBER-GLASSLEY: Kieran’s younger sister. An eighth grader. Has a pentagram somewhere on her. DANNY PIERCE: Kieran’s boyfriend, also a senior in high school. JOHN GLASSLEY: Kieran and Avery’s dad. MELANIE HARBER: Kieran and

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The Wall of Language

In response to A COUPLE OF POOR, POLISH-SPEAKING ROMANIANS by Dorota Masłowska translated from the Polish by Benjamin Paloff Characters: Blythe and Sy: A couple of idiots The ghost of La Virgen de Guadalupe Los Angeles. Winter. It’s 80 degrees out, who are we kidding.

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Want: An Odyssey of an Interview

Cast of Characters PRODUCER: A voice: a woman of unidentifiable age and a cool measuredness. Is she God? LEATHER DADDY: A man of at least 40. He wears a leather jacket and leather cap, a la Tom of Finland, but his sexuality has partially spoiled.

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Why You Can’t Put a Wheelchair on the Stage

Conceived by Rani Deighe Crowe with Jill Summerville * Monologues from Macbeth and Henry VI by William Shakespeare ** Dialogue from Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare Additional references to A Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams, Noises Off by Michael Frayn, and the musical Chicago

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“13 Minutes”

CHARACTERS BETHANY                              Owner of Refresh, Inc. SAM                                           Potential customer for Refresh,

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Miracle

CHARACTERS KATE                                                                                                                             30.    Aria’s mother. ARIA                                                                                                                               7.    Kate’s daughter. SETTING A park, in any town. TIME November, hopefully not forever. At lights up, Kate, 30, is sitting on a bench C; outside, November, a chill in the air. Her large handbag sits on the ground