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Plays From Primary Stages
by: Mac Wellman - Charles Busch - David Ives - Donald Margulies - Edwin Sanchez - Daisy Foote
0881452270 / 9780881452273

Book Description:
this collection contains seven full-length plays: MURDER OF CROWS by Mac Wellman, YOU SHOULD BE SO LUCKY by Charles Busch, DON JUAN IN CHICAGO by David Ives, THE MODEL APARTMENT by Donald Margulies, BAREFOOT BOY WITH SHOES ON by Edwin Sanchez, WHEN THEY SPEAK OF RITA by Daisy Foote, & THE FOURTH WALL by A R Gurney. Primary Stages, celebrating twenty years as once of America's most dynamic theater companies, presents this collection of seven plays by a splendid mix of writers. THE MODEL APARTMENT by the Pulitzer Prize winning playwright, Donald Margulies, is a haunting drama about a family struggling to put the Holocaust behind them. Obie winner Mac Wellman explores the toxic landscape of America with SECOND-HAND SMOKE. THE FOURTH WALL, by Off-Broadway favorite A R Gurney deals with a suburban Joan of Arc who takes her politics very seriously. WHEN THEY SPEAK OF RITA by Daisy Foote is a character study of a New Hampshire woman who struggles to find meaning in her life. BAREFOOT BOY WITH SHOES ON by Eddie Sanchez follows Rosario, a young man determined to create a better life for his unborn child. In DON JUAN IN CHICAGO, David Ives' comic hero leaps centuries in his pursuit of the perfect mate. And YOU SHOULD BE SO LUCKY by Charles Busch is a riotously funny comedy about an out of luck electrologist whose life suddenly changes, like a fairy tale. All of these plays were produced by Primary Stages during their productive twenty year history Off-Broadway, and all of these writers represent the best in American playwriting.

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