24 by 24: The 24 Hour Plays Anthology

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In 1995, a group of writers, directors and actors gathered on Manhattan's Lower East Side for what was supposed to be a one-time-only event: write, direct, produce and perform new plays within the span of 24 hours. More than a decade and just over 300 plays later, The 24 Hour Plays have been produced on Broadway, in London, Los Angeles, Chicago and across the globe.

24 by 24 features the work of today's most celebrated theatrical voices, including Tony Award winner Terrence ...

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Overview


In 1995, a group of writers, directors and actors gathered on Manhattan's Lower East Side for what was supposed to be a one-time-only event: write, direct, produce and perform new plays within the span of 24 hours. More than a decade and just over 300 plays later, The 24 Hour Plays have been produced on Broadway, in London, Los Angeles, Chicago and across the globe.

24 by 24 features the work of today's most celebrated theatrical voices, including Tony Award winner Terrence McNally, Adam Rapp, Tina Howe, Will Eno, David Ives, Theresa Rebeck, Pulitzer Prize winner David Lindsay-Abaire, and many more!

Includes the plays Sleeping City by John Belluso, Three Guys and a Brenda by Adam Bock, Another Beautiful Story by John Clancy, Ray Slape is Dead by Mike Doughty, Vaudeville, Population Two by Will Eno, The Harbingers of Turpitude by Robin Goldwasser, Toccata and Fugue by Tina Howe, The Blizzard by David Ives, Space by Laura Jacqmin, The Freelancers by Lucy Kirkwood, The Rumor by Dan Kois, Recess by Richard LaGravenese, Mars Has Never Been This Close by Warren Leight, That Other Person by David Lindsay-Abaire, The Sunday Times by Terrence McNally, Poor Bob by Elizabeth Meriwether, The Master of the World Versus the Dude by Raven Metzner, Jack on Film by Adam Rapp, Open House by Theresa Rebeck, I'm All About Lesbians by Mac Rogers, Two Worlds by Christopher Shinn, Liberal Arts College by Lucy Thurber, K, X, Z and V by Ian Williams, Be Still by Stephen Winter. With a foreword by Kevin Spacey.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780970904690
  • Publisher: Theatre Communications Group
  • Publication date: 4/1/2009
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 260
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.70 (d)

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