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Solo! : the best monologues of the 80's (men)

Author: Michael Earley; Philippa Keil
Publisher: New York : Applause Theatre Book Publishers, ©1987.
Series: Applause acting series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Presents a collection of powerful monologues for actors, written by the decade's most influential and popular dramatists from the United States and Great Britain.
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Genre/Form: Monologues (Drama)
Drama
Plays (Performed Works)
Scripts (Documents)
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Solo!
New York : Applause Theatre Book Publishers, ©1987
(OCoLC)580271098
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Earley; Philippa Keil
ISBN: 0936839651 9780936839653
OCLC Number: 16404825
Description: 147 pages ; 20 cm.
Contents: Your sixty seconds of fame / Michael Earley --
Monologues; Album / David Rimmer --
Amadeus / Peter Shaffer --
The American clock / Arthur Miller --
Asinamali! / Mbongeni Ngema --
As is / William M. Hoffman --
Aztec / John O'Keefe --
Battery / Daniel Therriault --
Bodies / James Saunders --
The body / Nick Darke --
Bopha! / Percy Mtwa --
Borderline / Hanif Kureishi --
Brighton Beach memoirs / Neil Simon --
Children of a lesser God / Mark Medoff --
Cloud nine / Caryl Churchill --
The colored museum / George C. Wolfe --
Dancing bears / Stuart Browne --
Danny and the deep blue sea / John Patrick Shanley --
The dresser / Ronald Harwood --
The elephant man / Bernard Pomerance --
End of the world / Arthur Kopit --
Fences / August Wilson --
Five of us / Len Jenkin --
FOB / David Henry Hwang --
Fool for love / Sam Shepard --
Funhouse / Eric Bogosian --
Ghost on fire / Michael Weller. Glengarry Glen Ross / David Mamet --
Herringbone / Tom Cone --
Hunting cockroaches / Janusz Glowacki --
Hurlyburly / David Rabe --
The incredibly famous Willy Rivers / Stephen Metcalfe --
It's only a play / Terrence McNally --
The jail diary of Albie Sachs / David Edgar --
A knife in the heart / Susan Yankowitz --
Les liasons dangereuses / Christopher Hampton --
A lie of the mind / Sam Shepard --
Lydie breeze / John Guare --
Ma Rainey's black bottom / August Wilson --
Marco Polo sings a solo / John Guare --
The marriage of Bette and Boo / Christopher Durang --
Motel chronicles / Sam Shepard --
My dinner with André / Wallace Shawn & André Gregory --
Native speech / Eric Overmyer --
The normal heart / Larry Kramer --
One for the road / Harold Pinter --
Open admissions / Shirley Lauro --
Orphans / Lyle Kessler --
A piece of monologue / Samuel Beckett --
Plenty / David Hare. Pravda / Howard Brenton, David Hare --
A prelude to death in Venice / Lee Breuer --
The professional Frenchman / John Wellman --
The real thing / Tom Stoppard --
The resurrection of Lady Lester / OyamO --
Rivkala's ring / Spalding Gray --
Road / Jim Cartwright --
Safe sex / Harvey Fierstein --
The sex organ / John Quincy Long --
Slam! / Jane WIllis --
Swimming to Cambodia / Spalding Gray --
Talley and son / Lanford Wilson --
Tracers / John DiFusco --
West / Steven Berkoff --
When I was a girl I used to scream and shout / Sharman Macdonald.
Series Title: Applause acting series.
Responsibility: edited by Michael Earley and Philippa Keil.

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Seventy-five speeches from the best American and British plays of the 1980s. The text includes dramatists such as Sam Shepard, David Mamet, Beth Henley, Marsha Norman, Christopher Durang, Harold  Read more...

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