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One-Act Plays
     

One-Act Plays

by Zetta Elliott
 
girl/power: While in the custody of Child Protective Services, two underage girls compare their relationships with the men accused of exploiting them.

Brotherhood: Upon his release from prison, Von returns to his foster mother's home hoping to build a new life with the remnants of his family. But with the house on the brink of foreclosure, Von must confront

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girl/power: While in the custody of Child Protective Services, two underage girls compare their relationships with the men accused of exploiting them.

Brotherhood: Upon his release from prison, Von returns to his foster mother's home hoping to build a new life with the remnants of his family. But with the house on the brink of foreclosure, Von must confront the forces of change that have transformed the world he left behind.

Deluged: A young woman conducting research on lynching in Louisiana finds herself swept up in a hurricane and dropped onto a plantation off the Mississippi River.

Men of All Work: Four black male celebrities meet in "the green room" and share the trials and triumphs they have encountered trying to "make it" in the entertainment industry.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781448639083
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
07/13/2009
Pages:
84
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.17(d)

Meet the Author

Zetta Elliott earned her PhD in American Studies from NYU. Her poetry has been published in the Cave Canem anthology, The Ringing Ear: Black Poets Lean South, Check the Rhyme: an Anthology of Female Poets and Emcees, and Coloring Book: an Eclectic Anthology of Fiction and Poetry by Multicultural Writers. Her novella, Plastique, was excerpted in T Dot Griots: an Anthology of Toronto's Black Storytellers, and her essays have appeared in The Black Arts Quarterly, thirdspace, WarpLand and Rain and Thunder. She won the 2005 Honor Award in Lee & Low Books' New Voices Contest, and her picture book, Bird, was published in October 2008. Her first play, Nothing but a Woman, was a finalist in the Chicago Dramatists' Many Voices Project (2006). Her fourth full-length play, Connor's Boy, was staged in January 2008 as part of two new play festivals: in Cleveland, OH as part of Karamu House's R. Joyce Whitley Festival of New Plays ARENAFEST, and in New York City as part of Maieutic Theatre Works' Newborn Festival. Her one-act play, girl/power, was staged as part of New Perspectives Theater's NYC festival of women's work, GIRLPOWER, in August 2008. She currently lives in Brooklyn.

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