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Through the use of a number of case studies of playwrights engaged in writing and rewriting plays, Michael Wright focuses on different individual approaches to their work, fostering their own unique visions and voices as a means of helping the working playwright find her or his own voice.
From the various forms of inspiration, overcoming writing blocks, revising a manuscript, etc., this book provides the playwright with models to follow, new techniques to explore, or even mere confirmation in the many ways that playwrights tackle the tasks of creating a play.
|Introduction: An Overview||1|
|Chapter 1||Elizabeth Wong: Inside a Red Envelope||15|
|Chapter 2||David Crespy: Beshert||39|
|Chapter 3||Elena Carrillo: One Wasp||79|
|Chapter 4||Gary Garrison: Cherry Reds||107|
|Chapter 5||Velina Hasu Houston: Mister Los Angeles||137|
|Part III||Cut From Whole Cloth||159|
|Chapter 6||Guillermo Reyes: Bitter||161|
|Chapter 7||Julie Jensen: Give Us This Day||177|