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The Oberon Anthology of Contemporary American Plays: Volume One

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This new volume brings together plays from four of the best young artists on the contemporary American playwriting scene. Includes: Kin by Bathsheba Doran, Middletown by Will Eno, Completeness by Itamar Moses, and God's Ear by Jenny Schwartz, with introductions written by Christopher Durang, Gordon Lish, Doug Wright, and Edward Albee.



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Paperback, 400 pages
Published October 23rd 2012 by Oberon Books (first published August 10th 2012)
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