Play it Again!: More One-act Plays for Acting Students

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Norman A. Bert, Deb Bert
Meriwether Pub. Limited, 1993 - Acting - 280 pages
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Twenty-five contemporary one-act plays by nationally known playwrights designed to fit many needs. Includes plays for one, two, or three actors with a playing time of 10 to 15 minutes with about 5 minutes acting time per character. Each play is a complete work--no cuttings-- and are of contest caliber.

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Contents

Labor Day by Milan Stitt one W one M 5
25
Ledge by William Borden one M one W
33
GQ by Sharon Whitney two M
41
The Shadow by Conrad Bishop
47
Harnetiaux one W one M
55
RattleRattle by Wendy MacLaughlin one M one W
71
Mother for Hire by Linda Lee Bower one W one M
81
First Day of Winter by Sam Smiley one M one W
89
Twisted Sister by Sisters in Partnership one W one M
117
HeSheIt? by Jan Baross one WoneM
125
T Absolution by William Reynolds two M
133
A Ringing in My Ears by Debra Bruch three any jl71y
185
Help Me Im Becoming My Mother
196
Securing Rights for Your Production
217
Rehearsing the Play 229
231
Rehearsal Helps
271

Hangman by William Borden two M
97
Wheelchair Blues by James I Schempp one W one M
107
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About the author (1993)

Norman Bert is a playwright and professor of theatre at Texas Tech University.

Bert earned a B.A. in theatre arts from Montana State University-Billings. She writes under the pen name of Madeleine Martin, and her scripts have been produced in Montana, Texas, and off-off-Broadway in New York.

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