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The Best Plays from the Strawberry One-Act Festival: Volume Seven: Compiled by
     

The Best Plays from the Strawberry One-Act Festival: Volume Seven: Compiled by

by Van Dirk Fisher
 

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SOMETHING LIKE PENGUINS by Levi Wilson. Can people march like penguins?

THE LOSING GAME by Kristen Seavey. Cards will land as they may, but hearts will always be the hardest to hold onto.

BRYAN AND KIM by Adam Delia. Kim reveals to her boy friend Bryan a secret from her past, it starts a chain reaction that will put their relationship to the test.

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SOMETHING LIKE PENGUINS by Levi Wilson. Can people march like penguins?

THE LOSING GAME by Kristen Seavey. Cards will land as they may, but hearts will always be the hardest to hold onto.

BRYAN AND KIM by Adam Delia. Kim reveals to her boy friend Bryan a secret from her past, it starts a chain reaction that will put their relationship to the test.

LOVE FOR BEGINNERS by Cesar Abella. Most people try to forget their exes when they date new people. Noah likes to bring his exes with him.

IT'S GREEK TO ME by Shelley Bromberg. How do we move on from the loss of a loved one? Is there ever really a good time?

MI MEDIA NARANJA by Rolls Andre. After a night of kinky sex gone horribly wrong, a couple of swingers must re-examine their marriage.

BIRD WATCHING by Jeffrey L. Hollman. Should a young man invite his mother's lover to go bird watching with him?

TURKEY DAY by E.K. Deutsch. An Arkansas farm family experiences revelation and tragedy on Thanksgiving Day.

PRESCRIPTIONS by Ellen Orchid. House sitting for your shrink can be weird.

FIREMAN by Stephen Brown. Fireman brings us into the lives of a couple caught in the wake of a fire, leaving one of them and their relationship scorched and disfigured.

HEROES by Joseph Lizardi. Two different types of Vietnam heroes come face to face about the war.

COMPUBOTS by Paul Trupia. Isn't technology wonderful?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781475987294
Publisher:
iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date:
04/29/2013
Pages:
170
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.36(d)

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