Heroes and Saints & Other Plays

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West End Press, 1994 - Drama - 149 pages
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Heroes and Saints & Other Plays is Chicana playwright Cherrí¬e Moraga's premiere collection of theatre. Included are: Shadow of a Man, winner of the 1990 Fund for New American Plays Award; Heroes and Saints, winner of the Dramalogue, the PEN West, and the Critics Circle awards, as well as the Will Glickman Prize for Best Play of 1992; and Giving Up the Ghost, first published by West End Press in 1986, and now presented here in its revised stage version.

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Review: Heroes and Saints and Other Plays: Giving Up the Ghost, Shadow of a Man, Heroes and Saints

User Review  - Alison - Goodreads

Weirdest freaking play I've ever read. I don't understand. Read full review

Review: Heroes and Saints and Other Plays: Giving Up the Ghost, Shadow of a Man, Heroes and Saints

User Review  - Phillip - Goodreads

I read the first two plays of this collection because I went to a conference where Cherrie Moraga was the keynote speaker (she was incredible, by the way). I didn't have much time before hand, so I ... Read full review

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Nationally recognized as a poet, essayist, and cultural organizer, CherrÃe Moraga is coeditor of the feminist multicultural anthology This Bridge Called My Back. American Theatre has described her as a playwright "on the cutting edge . . . carv[ing] out the future of Chicano Theatre.

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