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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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6 New Plays Published

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

Columbus and the Discovery of Japan by Richard Nelson
Green Whales by Lia Romeo
Hostages by Yussef El Guindi
In the Heart of America by Naomi Wallace
Police Boys by Marion Isaac McClinton
The White Death by Daniel Therriault

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5 New Plays Published

We are pleased to announce the publication of 5 new plays:

Enterprise by Brian Parks
Megacosm by Brett Neveu
More Lies About Jerzy by Davey Holmes
Resolving Hedda by Jon Klein
Three Wise Guys by Scott Alan Evans and Jeffrey Couchman, based on the stories “Dancing Dan’s Christmas” and “The Three Wise Guys” by Damon Runyon

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María Irene Fornés, Writer of Spare, Poetic Plays, Dies at 88

Ms. Fornés won acclaim and awards for her experimental works. But her fellow playwrights often said her achievements far outstripped her fame.

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This Thing of Darkness: Caliban and the Creature from Frankenstein – Shakespeare & Beyond

With Halloween on its way, Austin Tichenor, author of the play FRANKENSTEIN, explores parallels between Caliban from The Tempest and the Creature from Shelley’s Frankenstein. for the Folger Shakespeare Library.

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6 New Plays Published

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

Conversations in Tusculum by Richard Nelson
The Impossibility of Now by Y York
Me, Me, Me by Eugène Labiche and Èdouard Martin, translated by Laurence Senelick
Mexican Day by Tom Jacobson
Plunge by Tom Jacobson
Tar by Tom Jacobson

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An Avant-Garde Theater Artist Gets Her Due

María Irene Fornés is being celebrated at MoMA and the Public Theater. Her colleagues and students reflect on her enduring legacy.

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7 New Plays Published

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

Hardball by Victoria Stewart
No Place to be Somebody by Charles Gordone
Rich Girl by Victoria Stewart
The Strangest by Betty Shamieh
The Talented Ones by Yussef El Guindi
Villainous Company by Victor L Cahn
William Shakespeare’s Long Lost First Play (abridged) by Reed martin and Austin Tichenor

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BPPI Author Joe Pintauro Has Passed Away

Longtime BPPI author Joe Pintauro has passed. The New York Times obituary may be found here: Joe Pintauro, Playwright Who Had Been a Priest, Dies at 87
New York Newsday: LI playwright Joe Pintauro dies at 87
Playbill: Playwright Joe Pintauro Dies at 87

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