Plays for two / edited by Eric Lane and Nina Shengold.
- ISBN: 9780345804549 (pbk.)
- ISBN: 0345804546 (pbk.)
- Description: xi, 624 pages ; 21 cm
- Publisher: New York, New York : Vintage Books, 2014.
- 6 copies at NOBLE (All Libraries).
- 1 copy at Gloucester. (Show all copies)
0 current holds with 6 total copies.
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|Marblehead||Adult Nonfiction||808.82 PLAYS 2014 (Text to phone)||Available||-|
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|Salem State University||New Books||PN 2080 .P6 2014 (Text to phone)||Available||-|
|Contents Note:|| Full-length plays. David Ives: Venus in furs -- Steven Dietz: Shooting star -- Frank Higgins: Black pearl sings! -- Anthony Clarvoe: The art of sacrifice --Short plays. Elizabeth Meriwether: 90 days -- Kitt Lavoie: Bank & trust -- Ean Miles Kessler: Funny Valentine -- Simon Fill: The Gift -- Michael Mitnick: Hail Caeser! -- Pete Barry: Hearing air -- Mark Harvey Levine: The Kiss -- Eric Lane: Lady Liberty and the donut girl -- Paul Rudnick: My husband -- Jacob Juntunen: Saddam's lions -- Naveen Bahar Choudhury: Skin -- Doug Wright: Wildwood Park -- Edwin Sánchez: Bea and May -- Nina Shengold: Deep Jersey -- Kelly Rhodes: Heads and tails -- José Rivera: Lesson for unaccustomed bride -- Daria Polatin: That first fall -- Cori Thomas: Waking up -- Marco Ramirez: 3:59 am: A drag race for two actors -- Jacqueline E. Lawton: Finals, touchdowns, and barrel Kicks -- Halley Feiffer, Frank Amends Neil Labute: Strange fruit -- David Auburn: An upset -- Billy Aronson: Negotiation
|Summary:|| "Plays for Two is a unique anthology of twenty-eight terrific plays for two actors, by a mix of celebrated playwrights and cutting-edge new voices. It takes two to tango--or to perform a duet, fight a duel, or play ping-pong. The two-character play is dramatic confrontation stripped to its essence. These four full-length and twenty-four short plays feature pairs of every sort--strangers, rivals, parents and children, siblings, co-workers, friends, and lovers--swooning or sparring, meeting cute or parting ways. In a dizzying range of moods and styles, these two-handers offer the kind of meaty, challenging roles actors love, while providing readers and audiences with the pleasures of watching the complex give-and-take dynamics of two keenly matched characters. "-- Provided by publisher.