The Best Women's Stage Monologues of 2005

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D. L. Lepidus
Smith and Kraus, 2006 - Drama - 101 pages
The plays and playwrights represented in the 2005 annuals include: The Beard of Avon, Amy Freed Bridewell, Charles Evered Cavedweller (Based on the novel by Dorothy Allison) (3), Kate Moira Ryan The Clean House, Sarah Ruhl Cobra Neck, Keith Josef Adkins Common Ground, Brendon Votipka The Crazy Time, Sam Bobrick Cutrs!, Allison Moore Dark River, Alexa Romanes Den of Thieves, Stephen Adly Guirgis Die! Mommy! Die!, Charles Busch Elephant (2), Margie Stokley Eloise & Ray (2), Stephanie Fleischmann Fabulation (3), Lynn Nottage Free Gift, Israel Horovitz Handler, Robert Schenkkan Hate Mail, Kira Obolensky and Bill Corbett Hazzard County, Allison Moore Jewish Girlz (3), Elizabeth Swados Kalighat, Paul Knox The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (3), Stephen Adly Guirgis The Left Hand Singing, Barbara LeBow The Long Christmas Ride Home (2), Paula Vogel Memory House (4), Kathleen Tolan Message From the Driver, Katie Bull The Moonlight Room (2), Tristine Skyler Moot the Messenger (3), Kia Corthron Octophobia, James Still The Outrageous Adventures of Sheldon & Mrs. Levine, Sam Bobrick and Julie Stein Passive Belligerence, Stephen Belber The Penetration Play (2), Winter Miller Red Death, Lisa D'Amour Schoolgirl Figure, Wendy MacLeod Second (2), Neil Utterback Self Defense; or, Death of Some Salesmen, Carson Kreitzer Speaking Well of the Dead, Israel Horovitz Squats, Martin Jones String of Pearls, Michele Lowe The Taxi Cabaret, Peter Mills Tumor, Sheila Callaghan Waving Goodbye, Jamie Pachino What the Night Is For, Michael Weller

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Contents

The CleAn House Sarah Ruhl
7
CUTRS Allison Moore
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ElephAnt 2 Margie Stokley
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About the author (2006)

D.L. LEPIDUS is a freelance critic and editor who has covered the New York theater scene for more than twenty-five years. Since 1993, his work has appeared in theater columns for Chelsea Clinton News and the Westsider.

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