Three One-acts: Crazy Eights, Baby Food, and That Other Person

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Dramatists Play Service, 2006 - Drama - 46 pages
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THE STORIES: The three short comedies in this collection were all originally written as part of The 24 Hour Plays On Broadway. Described by The New York Post as the equivalent of a high-wire act without a net, the 24 Hour Plays is an annua

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David Lindsay-Abaire is a playwright, screenwriter, lyricist, and librettist whose play RABBIT HOLE premiered on Broadway and went on to receive the 2007 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, the Spirit of America Award, and five Tony nominations. He was also nominated for a Grammy Award (Best Musical Show Album) and two Tony Awards (Best Book of a Musical and Best Score) for his work on SHREK THE MUSICAL. Prior to that, David was awarded the 2008 Ed Kleban Award as America’s most promising musical theater lyricist. David’s other plays include FUDDY MEERS, KIMBERLY AKIMBO, WONDER OF THE WORLD, and A DEVIL INSIDE, among others. His play GOOD PEOPLE premiered on Broadway, starring Frances McDormand, and was nominated for a 2011 Tony Award. In addition to his work in theatre, David's screen credits include his screen adaptation of "Rabbit Hole" (starring Nicole Kidman, Aaron Eckart, and Dianne Wiest, and directed by John Cameron Mitchell), as well as the upcoming features “Guardians of Childhood” (Dreamworks), and “Oz: The Great and Powerful” (Disney, directed by Sam Raimi). David is a proud New Dramatists alum, a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College and the Juilliard School, as well as a member of the WGA and the Dramatists Guild Council.

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