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Baseball Monologues


A collection of fifty monologues on baseball for any actor searching for a new pitch during auditions, or for any fan of the game.
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A collection of fifty monologues on baseball for any actor searching for a new pitch during auditions, or for any fan of the game.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780435070212
  • Publisher: Heinemann
  • Publication date: 8/5/1996
  • Pages: 160
  • Product dimensions: 5.40 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.36 (d)

Meet the Author

Lavonne Mueller is a published playwright, textbook author, editor, and Fulbright Fellow. She has had more than ten plays produced Off-Broadway and her play The Only Woman General earned the Critic's Choice award at the Edinburgh Festival. She is currently a Woodrow Wilson Fellow in playwriting. Mueller is editor of Elvis Monologues (1997) and Baseball Monologues (1996), both published by Heinemann.
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Table of Contents

Introduction, Lee Blessing - Old-Timers Game, Lee Blessing - Shoeless Joe, Alan Thurston - Rain and Darkness, Heather McDonald - Elegy for the House That Ruth Built, and the Game That He Knew, Arthur Kopit - Ted Williams, Howard Korder - The Goddess and the Yankee Clipper, Lavonne Mueller - Pride Goeth, Kenneth Robbins - Dodger Blue, Merry Ellefson and Tom Linklater - i dreamed i was a baseball card, Richard Stockton Rand - Cobb-Oscar Charleston, Lee Blessing - Cobb-Mr. Cobb, Lee Blessing - The Baseball Show, Cynthia Mercati - Bang the Drum Slowly, Mark Harris, adapted for the stage by Eric Simonson - Calvinisms, Ken LaZebnik - 100 Strikes, Kate Moira Ryan - The Leap, Richard Stockton Rand - The Mystery Catcher, Steve Feffer - Babe, Cynthia L. Cooper - ...a catcher to his pitcher, Judy GeBauer - Feffer and the Giants Are #1, Steve Feffer - The Green Fields of the Mind, A. Bartlett Giamatti - The Umpire, Larry Gerlach - Throw 'Em Smoke, Margaret Hunt and Dick Holody - Great Expectations, Thomas G. Waites - A Ghost of a Chance, Jeffery Scott Elwell - Spit!-Pop, Joan Puma - Spit!-Marianne Moore, Joan Puma - All-American, Gail Kriegel - Base Hit, Andr, J. Onstad - Wait Till Next Year, Lillian Morrison - The Swinging Marilyns, Cynthia L. Cooper - A Conversation in Center Field, Jeffery Scott Elwell - Wilma "Willie" Briggs, Susan E. Johnson - Madagascar Butterfly, Eleanore C. Speert - Custer, Robert Ingham - Missing, Gay Davidson-Zielske - A Changing Season, James R. Miller - Throwing Overhand, Sharon Houck Ross
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