An exciting and varied collection of contemporary one act plays from some of today s best playwrights....
|Title||:||Telling Tales: New One-Act Plays|
|Publisher||:||Penguin Books 2nd Printing edition March 1, 1993|
|Number of Pages||:||417 pages|
|File Size||:||886 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Telling Tales: New One-Act Plays Reviews
Not all new,some are parts of longer plays. Material is sometimes interesting.
I used "Telling Tales" for a drama class and almost all of the plays were well-received and generated good discussions. The book had a good blend of famous playwrights and unknowns, comedies and dramas, and short plays and lengthier ones. My favorie plays were Terrence McNally's "Andre's Mother" and Richard Greenberg's "The Author's Voice." I wish editor Mark Lane would put out a second volume of one-act plays.
This book came to me in good condition. it has been of great help to me in my work assistant teaching theater.