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New Playwrights: The Best Plays 2013

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Bethany / Laura Marks -- Detroit / Lisa D'Amour -- Honky / Greg Kalleres -- Norwegians / C. Denby Swanson -- Paloma / Anne Garcia-Romero -- Vandal / Hamish Linklater -- Wild with happy / Colman Domingo. Presents seven plays, chosen by editor Lawrence Harbison as the best works of the 2012-2013 season by up-and-coming playwrights.
Paperback, 426 pages
Published 2013 by Smith and Kraus Publishers
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Mar 02, 2016 Mark rated it did not like it
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At the risk of being labeled a hopeless curmudgeon, I'm exiting this book after reading only two plays, both of which I would label as the new realism meets theatre of the absurd. In one, a down on her luck woman camps out in an abandoned home with a survivalist while she attempts to sell a car to a motivational speaker. In the other, a seemingly middle class couple tries to keep their life together while getting mixed up with another couple who claim to have met in rehab and live without ...more
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