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Drama 8m, 3f (to play var.roles)/ Unit set. This exciting, highly theatrical docu-drama is about the growing white supremacist movement in America, those dedicated to violent revolution and the expulsion from "God's Country" of non Aryans. The play covers all of the right wing lunatic fringe while focusing on three narrative spines: the trial in Seattle of a paramilitary ...more
paperback (acting edition), 180 pages
Published 2007 by Samuel French, Inc (first published February 1991)
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REP is doing this play this season and it is going to shock people. I guarantee it.
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I love this simple but powerful look at what is really, really wrong with America.
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Steven Dietz is an American playwright whose work is largely performed regionally, i.e. outside of New York City. Born and raised in Denver, Colorado, Dietz graduated in 1980 with a Theater degree from the University of Northern Colorado. He is the recipient of the PEN U.S.A. Award in Drama (for Lonely Planet); the Kennedy Center Fund for New American Plays Award (Fiction and Still Life With Iris ...more
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