A Tripos: & other one-act plays

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iUniverse, May 21, 2002 - Performing Arts - 251 pages
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Twelve one-act plays ranging in emotion from wartime fears and desires to social and political commentary. And a new theater.

"You found a trenchant, driving rhythm for the verse, something that is all your own. It wasn't imposed on the characters: it spoke for them."
—Christopher Fry

"I consider Robert Manns one of the most talented...playwrights in the generation not yet recognized by the commercial theater...His choice of style is unique; his imagination boundless; and his dedication intense. And I believe he has a real gift for the theater."
—Alan Schneider

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