The Best Plays Of 2006Book - 2007
The eighth annual collection of new plays, ?a rich and varied collection of contemporary American playwriting talent.'Almost, Maine, by John CarianiA collection of ten-minute plays about the denizens of a small, very small, rural Maine town.War in Paramus, by Barbara DanaThe story of an American family during the Vietnam era.Bulrusher, by Eisa DavisA poignant, often poetic play about a mixed-raced orphan girl living in a small town in California.Indoor/Outdoor, by Kenny FinkleA comedy about a cute young female, Samantha (a cat), and her trials and tribulations with the man she lives with.Cowboy Versus Samurai by Michael GolamcoA comedy revolving around issues of identity for the only three Asian-Americans in a small town in Wyoming.In the Continuum, by Danai Gurira and Nikkole SalterA disparate group of American and African black women deal with the tragedy of AIDS.Six Years, by Sharr WhiteA drama about one marriage as it develops over many years, starting just after the end of WW II and ending during the Vietnam era.D.L. Lepidus is a freelance critic and editor who has covered the New York theater scene for more than thirty years.
Publisher: Lyme, NH : Smith and Kraus, c2007.
Edition: 1st ed.
Characteristics: x, 393 p. ; 22 cm.