Lee Blessing
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Arts. Politics. Dogs. A liberal performance artist and a conservative Southern Senator engage in a bitter dispute over the NEA, public funding for the arts and life. A one man play that reaches beyond the petty differences that seemingly separate us all.
Paperback, 65 pages
Published December 1st 2000 by Broadway Play Publishing
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Chambers Stevens
I did the West Coast Premiere of this one man show.
A perfect script.
It plays so well.
Audiences love it.
Amazing play. If you are in an area that has a performance on schedule, don't miss it.
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