Collected from theaters across America, this new ten-minute collection of 26 plays reveals the power and pleasures of this tightly knit form. Plays for One Man and One WomanThe First Time Out of Bounds by P. Seth BauerBethlehem, PA. by Suzanne BradbeerThe Ghost of Red Roses by David CironeStrange Attractions by David EpsteinCloudy by Michael Griffo5G/10B by Michael GriffoThe Record by Deborah Zoe LauferBoxes by Wendy MacLeodDecoding Fruit by Molly Smith MetzlerThe Orphans by Allison MooreBedtime Stories by Brian MoriThe Morning After by Carey PerloffOn the Edge by Craig Pospisil2B (or Not 2B) Part One by Jacquelyn Reingold2B (or Not 2B) Part Two by Jacquelyn ReingoldAurolac Blues by Saviana StanescuA Medical Breakthrough by Frederick StroppelBrother/Bar by Jeff TabnickFoul Territory by Craig WrightI Think You Think I Love You by Kelly YoungerPlays for Two WomenHalasana by Kayla S. CaganWoman of the Theatre by Julie JensenCreatrix by Don NigroDifferent by Lisa SolandDance by Greg ZittelPlays for Two MenTennessee Ten Minute by Dan OAiBrienD. L. LEPIDUS is a freelance critic and editor who has covered the New York theater scene for more than twenty-five years. Since 1993, his work has appeared in theater columns for Chelsea Clinton News and the Westsider.JAYNA: Ia#39;m saying aquot;I go to the store, aquot; and youa#39;re saying aquot;I went to the store.aquot; SHEILLA: ... SHEILLA: Ia#39;m trying to learn how to speak, not pass a test. ... in the Spanish Club and Ia#39;ll lean over and say, aquot;Hi, I havena#39;t met you. ... Just say your name.
|Title||:||The Best 10-Minute Plays for Two Actors|
|Author||:||D. L. Lepidus|
|Publisher||:||Smith & Kraus - 2007-05-30|