Author Archives: Christopher W D Gould, Publisher

8 New Plays Published

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

Harmless by Brett Neveu
Hungry by Richard Nelson
No Such Cold Thing by Naomi Wallace
Old Glory by Brett Neveu
Soldier’s Heart by Tammy Ryan
Student Body (College Edition) by Frank Winters
Student Body (High School Edition) by Frank Winters
Weapon of Mass Impact by Brett Neveu

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7 New Plays Published

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

Alive and Well by Kenny Finkle
Amazing by Brooke Berman
Blissfield by Douglas Post
Brazil Fado by Megan Terry, directed and structured by Jo Ann Schmidman
Edwin Sánchez: The Short Plays by Edwin Sánchez
Now You See Me by Neal Bell

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6 New Plays Published

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

Fefu and Her Friends (Single Stage Version) by María Irene Fornés
Ghosts by Henrik Ibsen, translated and adapted by Anthony Clarvoe
Poetic License by Jack Canfora
Threesome by Yussef El Guindi
The Ultimate Christmas Show (abridged) by Reed Martin and Austin Tichenor
Woyzeck by Georg Büchner, English version by Kenneth Tigar

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5 New Plays Published

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

The Butcher of Baraboo by Marisa Wegrzyn
Grandma Serafina’s Famous Tiramisu by Jonathan J Samarro
Killing Women by Marisa Wegrzyn
Laugh It Up, Stare It Down by Alan Hruska
Spring’s Awakening by Frank Wedekind, English version by Kenneth Tigar and Clayton Koelb

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5 New Plays Published

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

The Ghost Sonata  by August Strindberg, translated by Laurence Senelick
The Liquid Plain by Naomi Wallace
Mimesophobia by Carlos Murillo
No Good Deed by Matt Pelfrey
Spook by Alan Bowne

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Jayce Bartok and Katya Campbell in

Laugh It Up, Stare It Down by Alan Hruska

The producer of this play, still running at The Cherry Lane, called me up and asked me to come see it. She said it even had a nice review in The New York Times! … I went last Tuesday night, and enjoyed playwright Alan Hruska’s romp through a couple’s lifetime together. The lead actors play four different ages, which can be a real challenge, but Jayce Bartok as Joe, and Katya Campbell as Cleo, managed it with great charm. Two other actors play a variety of humorous characters in the couple’s life. It is a fun (and funny) journey…

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