Center stage: one-act plays for teenage readers and actors

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Harper & Row, Oct 1, 1990 - Drama - 361 pages
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A collection of ten one-act plays for teenage actors.

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Well, I really love reading plays and I LOVE acting, but this book wasn't that great to me. The idea of one-act plays for teens seemed good to me and I was curious and excited to read it, but I didn't love it. Read full review

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When he is not teaching courses in writing or literature for young adults at Central Connecticut State University, Don Gallo is usually corresponding with authors or reading manuscripts for his next collection of short stories or plays or essays. Among his anthologies for teenagers are Sixteen, Visions, Connections, and Center Stage. He is also the editor of Speaking for Ourselves and the author of Presenting Richard Peck.

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