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Are Streamed Plays Theater or TV? Unions Settle a Dispute – The New York Times

Are Streamed Plays Theater or TV? Unions Settle a Dispute — Actors’ Equity and SAG-AFTRA’s agreement clears the way for more entertainment during the pandemic winter.
Source: Are Streamed Plays Theater or TV? Unions Settle a Dispute – The New York Times

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Author and Master Translator Eric Bentley Has Passed

Author, master translator, and longtime friend of Broadway Play Publishing, Eric Bentley has passed away at the age of 103. Eric remained exceptionally sharp, spirited, and congenial to the end, frequently firing off emails to us from the iPad he learned to use to check on this or that production of an original play or translation or to convey that a producer had expressed interest in one of his titles, and we should follow up! In 2017, as we worked closely with him to republish his definitive English translation of Eduardo De Filippo’s classic Italian romantic comedy FILUMENA MARTURANO, sometimes…

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Kermit Frazier’s KERNEL OF SANITY

“With its themes of white privilege and black rage, Kermit Frazier’s KERNEL OF SANITY resonates powerfully today. That’s why Paula Vogel is giving it a boost.”
A 1978 Play Plucked From the Slush Pile Gets a Timely New Reading – The New York Times

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8 New Plays Published

We are pleased to announce the publication of 8 new plays:

Break by Louise Rozett
The Deception of Kathryn Vask by Mark Steensland
Killing the Bear by Jonathan Yukich
A Love Offering by Jonathan Norton
Raptured by Matt Lyle and Matt Coleman
Tea at Five by Matthew Lombardo
Wednesday’s Child by Mark St Germain
Where I Come From by Richard Nelson

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Naomi Wallace’s Theatre Of The Plague: More Riveting And Relevant Than Ever

Naomi Wallace’s Theatre Of The Plague: More Riveting And Relevant Than Ever by Giovanni Rodriguez
Exactly five weeks ago and one day, I posted the following on Facebook: “Now would be a good time to restage ONE FLEA SPARE.” I did this with three objectives in mind. First, I wanted to see what some of my theater friends thought about the story, which I believe is more relevant today than ever. The award-winning 1995 play was set in 1665, the first year of the great plague of London, and told the story of four people quarantined together for a month…

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6 New Plays Published

We are pleased to announce the publication of 6 new plays:

Birder by Julie Marie Myatt
Boats on a River by Julie Marie Myatt
Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde by Burt Grinstead and Anna Stromberg
Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde (2 Actor Version) by Burt Grinstead and Anna Stromberg
Six One Acts by Brett C Leonard
To She Who Waits by Bob Clyman

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6 New Plays Published

We are pleased to announce the publication of 6 new plays:

Changes in the Mating Strategies of White People by Solange Castro
Frank is a Miracle by Julie Marie Myatt
John is a Father by Julie Marie Myatt
My Wandering Boy by Julie Marie Myatt
Opium Den by Julie Marie Myatt
Williston by Adam Seidel

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7 New Plays Published

We are pleased to announce the publication of 7 new plays:

Description Beggared by Mac Wellman
Duke Kahanamoku vs The Surfnappers by Eric Overmyer
The Found Dog Ribbon Dance by Dominic Finocchiaro
The God of Vengeance by Sholem Asch, translated by Richard Nelson with Robert Marx
Hit the Wall by Ike Holter
Joan by Stephen Belber
The Shadow by Evgeny Shvarts, translated by Laurence Senelick

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6 New Plays Published

We are pleased to announce the publication of 6 new plays:

An Actor’s Carol by Charles Evered
Antony by Alexandre Dumas, translated by Laurence Senelick
How is It That We Live by Len Jenkin
Human Rites by Seth Rozin
Local Story by Kristen Palmer
Too Many Crucibles by Matt Lyle

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7 New Plays Published

We are pleased to announce the publication of 7 new plays:

49 Days to the Sun by Julie Marie Myatt
Alice in the Badlands by Julie Marie Myatt
Damaged Language by Richard Nelson
On the Head of a Pin by Frank Winters
Right Place, Right Time by Lia Romeo
Romantic Trapezoid by Victor L Cahn
Time Alone by Alessandro Camon

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