6 Unlucky 20th Century American Plays

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Author House, Jan 11, 2005 - Fiction - 644 pages
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JINN, is a serious play about a daughter who assumes her mother’s passion. CAT’S MEOW, is a comedy about a career woman’s husband being unfaithful. WOman, is an allegory, with a suffering male in search of a woman’s soul. DON’T GET MARRIED WE NEED YOU, is a comedy with three middle-aged men entrapped within New York City’s evolving SIXTIES female sexual revolution, MONTAGE, is a morality play, using a three-dimensional boy searching for his sexual maturity. TIGER WANTS A DRINK A WATER, is an emotional conflict between a thirty-something ethnic Guy from York City and his very beautiful mid-western wife; who’s not only young but also a vicarious country girl with an assumed Vogue fashion model’s posture.

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Trained to work as a writer, set designer, director, and actor for the last half of the twentieth century, Albert D’Annibale also co-produced and starred in the national production company of “Stalag 17” (1953); he wrote the screen treatment for a film called “Jazz on a Summer’s Day” (1958); in the late sixties and early seventies, he was chosen to coordinate the writers at the “Actor’s Studio” as well as stage his plays in part, or to be presented as an “Actor’s Studio” production.

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