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Naked Angels Issues Projects: Collected Plays

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Since 1989, New York City's Naked Angels has collaborated with some of America's most beloved playwrights to create exciting, topical plays for their time-honored tradition: the Issues Project. The short plays within this collection respond to resonant themes from gun control to the environment, faith to human rights.

Naked Angels Issues Projects features the innovative writing of today's top playwrights, including Pulitzer Prize finalists Theresa Rebeck, Craig Lucas, Lee ...

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Overview


Since 1989, New York City's Naked Angels has collaborated with some of America's most beloved playwrights to create exciting, topical plays for their time-honored tradition: the Issues Project. The short plays within this collection respond to resonant themes from gun control to the environment, faith to human rights.

Naked Angels Issues Projects features the innovative writing of today's top playwrights, including Pulitzer Prize finalists Theresa Rebeck, Craig Lucas, Lee Blessing, Warren Leight, Will Eno, Kenneth Lonergan, Jon Robin Baitz, and many more.

Includes the plays 187 by Jose Rivera, After The Deer Hunter by Nicole Burdette, Baby Gators by Pippin Parker, Baby Steps by Geoffrey Nauffts, Beauty Runs On Light Feet by Kenneth Lonergan, The Bully Composition by Will Eno, Coq Au Vin by Jon Robin Baitz, Damaged Goods by David Marshall Grant, The Dying City by Christopher Shinn, Four Monologues by Jon Robin Baitz, Fruits and Nuts by Ned Eisenberg, La Familia by Seth Zvi Rosenfeld, Love by Daniel Reitz, The Only Other Option by Patrick Breen, A Passion Play by Pippin Parker, Pay-Per-Kill by Warren Leight, Reagan in Hell by Lee Blessing, Sex with the Censor by Theresa Rebeck, Shadow Day by Steven Dietz, Snuff by Frank Pugliese, Szinhaz by Itamar Moses, Throwing Your Voice by Craig Lucas, To Be Human by Stephen Belber, True To You by Kenneth Lonergan, What We're Up Against by Theresa Rebeck. With a foreword by Foreword by Jon Robin Baitz.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780981909912
  • Publisher: Theatre Communications Group
  • Publication date: 9/1/2009
  • Pages: 300
  • Sales rank: 1,037,662
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.90 (d)

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