All Gall: Malicious Monologues & Ruthless Recitations
Norman R. Shapiro
Hal Leonard Corporation, 2000 - Performing Arts - 223 pages
(Applause Books). Finally, a monologue book for actors with a malicious sense of humor and a ruthless sense of joie de vivre ! This galling collection contains scenes drawn from the masters of French humor Georges Feydeau, Fernand Raynaud, et al. written directly for the popular French farce theatre world, as well as from works intended primarily for the printed page.
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