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The Man in the Dog Suit

 Logo The Man in the Dog Suit by Albert Beich and William H Wright Oliver is being groomed by his in-laws for a position in the family business: banking. Shy and ineffectual under ordinary circumstances, Oliver discovers that he can be bold and independent when wearing the dog costume he had acquired for a masquerade […]

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A Phoenix Too Frequent

 Logo A Phoenix Too Frequent by Christopher Fry In this version of the famous Matron of Ephesus, we have a fresh retelling of the story of a pious widow—and her maid—who mourns for the death of her recently deceased husband in the tomb where his bier lies awaiting internment. The maid is not quite so […]

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The Brick and the Rose

 Logo The Brick and the Rose by Lewis John Carlino An expressionistic reading, in which ten actors, portraying forty-seven characters, are seated on stools behind music stands. A powerful and compelling drama. The entire action takes place in front of back drops. This is the kaleidoscopic drama of a young boy of the slums from […]

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Critics Choice

 Logo Critics Choice by Ira Levin A play in three acts, Critic’s Choice tells the story of theater critic Parker Ballantine whose second wife, Angela, writes a play which is produced on Broadway. The play is awful and Parker must decide whether or not to review the play honestly. (more…)

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Death of a Salesman

 Logo Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller The story revolves around the last days of Willy Loman, a failing salesman, who cannot understand how he failed to win success and happiness. Through a series of tragic soul-searching revelations of the life he has lived with his wife, his sons, and his business associates, we […]

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The Seven Year Itch

 Logo The Seven Year Itch by George Axelrod Richard Sherman roams restlessly around his empty apartment, bemoaning the fact that his wife of seven years, and their son, have just walked out on him. Then, without warning, a gigantic flower pot tumbles down from an overhead balcony, nearly putting him permanently out of his misery. […]

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