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Play-readings for school, radio and screen tests, selected and edited

Author: Louise M Frankenstein
Publisher: New York, S. French, ©1961.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Louise M Frankenstein
OCLC Number: 5098119
Description: ix, 138 pages 19 cm
Contents: For one man --
American dream George O"Neil --
No more frontier Talbot Jennings --
Holiday Philip Barry --
Cyrano de Bergerac Edmund Rostand --
As you like it William Shakespeare --
For one woman --
The royal family George S Kaufman and Edna Ferber --
The nut farm John Charles Brownell --
Dangerous corner J.B. Priestley --
The silver cord Sidney Howard --
Anna Chrisitie Eugene O'Neill --
The late Christopher Bean Sidney Howard --
Torch song Kenyon Nicholson Tomorrow and tomorrow Philip Barry --
Merchant of Venice William Shakespeare --
For one man and one woman --
Another language Rose Franken --
One Sunday afternoon James Hagan --
Secrets Rudolf Besier and May Edington --
The young idea Noel Coward --
Let us be gay Rachel Crothers --
There's always Juliet John van Druten --
The importance of being Earnest Oscar Wilde --
Romeo and Juliet William Shakespeare --
For two men --
Goodbye again George Haight and Allan Scott --
The school for scandal Richard Brinsley Sheridan --
The merchant gentleman Moliere --
Julius Caesar William Shakespeare --
For two women --
A church mouse Ladislaus Fodor --
Children of the moon Martin Flavin --
The patsy Barry Conners --
Lady Windemere's fan Oscar Wilde --
Dialect --
The big pond George Middleton and A.E. Thomas --
Polly with a past George Middleton and Guy Bolton --
They knew what they wanted Sidney Howard --
A tune of a tune Dan Totheroh --
Spring o' the year W.H. Robertson --
The scaring off of Teddy Dawson Harold Brighouse --
The man who died at twelve o'clock Paul Green --
One Sunday afternoon James Hagan --
Jeremiad Josephine Henry Whitehouse --
Boys will be boys Charles O'Brien Kennedy --
Roadside Lynn Riggs --
The squall Jean Bart.
Responsibility: by Louise M. Frankenstein.

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