Here to Stay: Five Plays from the Women's Project

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Applause, 1997 - Drama - 276 pages
Includes: Why We Have a Body (Claire Chafee) * Black (Joyce Carol Oates) * Aye, Aye, Aye I'm Integrated (Anna DeVeare Smith) * Dream of a Common Language (Heather MacDonald) * Frida: The Story of Frida Kahlo (Hilary Blecher and Migdalia Cruz).

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Julia Miles is the Founder and Artistic Director of Women's Project & Productions, which has produced 111 plays and over 400 readings and workshops by women playwrights. In the early 1960s, Miles co-founded Theatre Current in Brooklyn Heights and later became Associate Director of The American Place Theatre. She has co-produced Off-Broadway productions, including Elaine May's Not Enough Rope. She is the founder of the League of Professional Theatre Women/New York and is the proud parent and grandparent of three daughters and six grandchildren.

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