ACCUMULATING LIVES: Volume Two of an Autobiography

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Xlibris Corporation, Jun 17, 2010 - Biography & Autobiography - 275 pages
Praise for OPPOSABLE LIVES, Volume One of an Autobiography “I found it fascinating. . . . There are very few people who could write an interesting and entertaining autobiography.” Mary Arntfield “A wonderful read!. . . tender and insightful, straight-forward and honest.” Bill Guest “What a wonderful gift!. . . it’s extremely well written, flows lucidly—an easy while highly perceptive read.” John Davis “I love your witty title. Opposable thumbs led to curiosity, experimentation, imagining, growth in intellect. ‘Opposable Lives’ generates these, and much, much more.” Thomas Whitbread “I thoroughly enjoyed it.” Brian Carnahan
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
9
THE HARRISBURG COMMUNITY THEATRE +HOME AND FAMILY
11
HOUSE + HCT
44
PLAYS PLAYS PLAYS + LIFE AT HOME
52
THE GREAT THEATRES OF EUROPE TOUR
185
HCT THE PENULTIMATE YEAR
213
HCT THE ULTIMATE YEAR
240
BETWEEN ENGAGEMENTS
264
NEW LIVES
272
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About the author (2010)

PETER CARNAHAN is a writer and theatrical director who was for eighteen years Director of the Theatre and Literature Programs of The Pennsylvania Council on the Arts. He has directed more than eighty plays, and has written two books of non-fiction, Schooner Master and A Gathering of Actors, and four novels, A Tale of Suliman and Hector, The Ethnic Wars, Second Malvern and Pharnabazus Sits on the Ground With the Spartan Captains. His poetry and prose have appeared in The Paris Review, The North American Review, Boulevard, Tabula Rasa, The Pittsburgh Quarterly Online, U.S. 1 Worksheets and Theatre Research in Canada. In 2006 he began writing an autobiography. The first volume, published in 2009, was titled Opposable Lives. Accumulating Lives is the second. He lives in rural eastern Pennsylvania with his wife, Fran, a magazine editor.

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