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Women Heroes: Six Short Plays from the Women's Project

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Includes: Colette in Love by Lavonne Mueller; Personality by Gina Wendkos and Ellen Ratner; Milly by Susan Kander; Emma Goldman by Jessica Litwak; Parallax by Denise Hamilton; How She Played the Game by Cynthia L. Cooper.
Paperback, 104 pages
Published February 1st 2000 by Applause Theatre & Cinema Book Publishers
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Jul 23, 2016 Lana rated it liked it
These six short plays are one acts that center around women, sometimes only one woman. In these plays are opportunities for actors to grow and for interesting dramaturgical choices. The strength of this book lies in the way it is easy to dissect in the pursuit of a good production of each piece. However some of the direction within the monologues, which most of these plays really are, is unhelpful and this book is recommend for those with a mind in tune to the processes of directing and ...more
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