7 stories: a play

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Talonbooks, Feb 15, 1990 - Drama - 101 pages
3 Reviews
In this fast-paced, sophisticated and hilarious play, a man contemplating suicide on a seventh-storey building ledge confronts the stories of the people who live inside the building. These “seven stories” lead to a charming and surprising ending.

Cast of 2 women and 3 men.

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User Review  - Fari - Goodreads

We read this in drama! I'm definitely going to do a full review eventually because there are so many interesting things in this I want to comment on. I liked the ending! Read full review

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User Review  - Kierst - Goodreads

It was interesting. I think that I would have enjoyed it more if I had not had to read it for school and then analysis every little thing about it. This play is something that is better to be performed then read but it's that the way with all plays. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
4
Section 2
8
Section 3
10
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About the author (1990)

Morris Panych
Playwright, actor and director Morris Panych has been described as “a man for all seasons in Canadian theatre.” He has appeared in more than 50 theatre productions and in numerous television and film roles. He has directed more than 30 theatre productions and written more than a dozen plays that have been translated and produced throughout the world. He has twice won the Governor General’s Award and has won the Jessie Richardson Theatre Award 14 times for acting and directing. He has also been nominated six times for Toronto’s Dora Mavor Moore Award and three times for the Chalmers Award. His classic 7 Stories ranks ninth among the ten best-selling plays in Canada, outselling the Coles version of Romeo & Juliet.

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