New Playwrights: The Best Plays of 2003by D. L. Lepidus
Smashing by Brooke Berman A comedy about a young woman determined to confront a novelist/strong>
The 5th annual collection of new plays contains an eclectic mix of styles and subjects, all produced during the 2002-2003 theatrical season. Includes an introduction by Francis Hill, Artistic Director of Urban Stages, an Off-Broadway theater in New York City.
Smashing by Brooke Berman A comedy about a young woman determined to confront a novelist who has thinly fictionalized their love affair when she was a teen and he was a student of her father (a successful novelist.
Corner Wars by Tim Dowlin A poignant drama about teenaged drug dealers in Philadelphia. This play won the prestigious Oppenheimer Award, which is annually awarded to the outstanding debut by a new playwright.
Midnight by David Epstein A backstage showbiz comedy set in the 1950s.
Spanish Girl by Hunt Holman A comedy about college students. Homebound by Javon Johnson A drama about juvenile delinquents in a detention facility.
Phat Girls by Debbie Lamedman A very inventive comedy about teen female self image.
The Sweepers by John C. Picardi A comic drama about Italian American women keeping the home fires burning during World War II.
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