Three Creepy Plays

Drama. Middle School through College. Three short 'creepy' plays. "Forty Whacks," "The Witch Makes Five," and "Hockey Masks in Hueytown."

Author: John Glass

Publisher: Studentplays.Org

ISBN: 0692538860

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Page: 86

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Drama. Middle School through College. Three short 'creepy' plays. "Forty Whacks," "The Witch Makes Five," and "Hockey Masks in Hueytown."

Three South East Asian Plays

It was creepy . I didn ' t know what was in his mind . But I knew yours . KENZO :
Fantastic . I didn ' t realise I could figure so realistically in other people ' s
hallucinations . Maria must be having the same hallucinations as yours . ANGEL :
We ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015024290010

Category: English drama

Page: 113

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The Best 10 minute Plays for Three Or More Actors 2005

What kind of weird shit are you into ? HARLEY : Will you just look at the fucking
birthmark ? TONY : ( Spots the birthmark . ) There it is — Just like a little spider . . (
Starts to cry , wiping his eyes . ) Fucking hormones . . . ! ( Tony sits down , weepy
 ...

Author: D. L. Lepidus

Publisher: Smith & Kraus Pub Incorporated

ISBN: UOM:39015074298806

Category: Drama

Page: 199

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Collected from theaters across America, this new ten-minute collection of 23 plays reveals the power and pleasures of this tightly knit form. Plays for 3 Actors:Shot Americans (3W) by Kayla CaganLarry Gets the Call (2W, 1M) by Matt CasarinoShades (1W, 2M) by Mark Harvey LevineEvery Man (2W, 1M) by Michael NiedermanMolly Whuppie (2W, 1M) by Don NigroIt¿s Called Development (3W) by Anne PhelanAn Ongoing Examination of the True Meaning of Life (2W, 1M or 1W, 2M) by S. W. SenekPistachio Stories (2W, 1M) by Laura ShamasThe Searcher (1W, 2M) by Frederick StroppelMore (1W, 2M) by Jeff TabnickWeird Water (1W, 2M) by Robert Lewis VaughanDead Boy (2W, 1M) by Craig WrightPlays for 4 Actors:Vinny¿s Vision (4M) by Jim GordonBetting the Karmic House (1W, 3M or 2W, 2M) by Bill JohnsonInfant Morality (3W, 1M) by Craig PospisilHow to Speak Man (4M) by Sharyn RothsteinRemind Me Again (3W, 1M) by Sharyn RothsteinHell Hath Three Furies (3W, 1M) by Aoise StratfordA Moment of Your Undivided Attention (3W, 1M) by Alina TrowbridgePlays for 5 Actors:Tina at the Times or Below the Fold (2W, 3M) by Wendy MacLeodPlays for 6 or More ActorsToys in Babeland (1W, 8M) by Delilah GomezAt the time (5W, 3M) by Winter MillerSmall World (3W, 3M) by Tracey Scott WilsonD. L. LEPIDUS is a freelance critic and editor who has covered the New York theater scene for more than twenty-five years. Since 1993, his work has appeared in theater columns for Chelsea Clinton News and the Westsider.

Incarnations

Contains three of Clive Barkers's best-known plays, Colossus, The History of the Devil and Frankenstein in Love.

Author: Clive Barker

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105017386124

Category: English drama

Page: 366

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Contains three of Clive Barkers's best-known plays, Colossus, The History of the Devil and Frankenstein in Love. Echoing Barker's major themes - the nature of good and evil, pain and beauty, death and transformation - these plays offer an insight into the imagination of the playwright.

Three Plays

... the background ] : Listen to the yell of Leopold ' s ghost , Burning in Hell for his
hand - maimed host . ' SECOND BOY : ' Hear how the demons chuckle and yell ,
Cutting his hands off down in Hell . ' DEAN : ' Listen to the creepy proclamations ...

Author: Robin Glendinning

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ISBN: UOM:39015060618157

Category: Drama

Page: 211

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Theater of Fear Horror Expanded Edition

A typical evening of the Grand Guignol normally fell into the simple alternating dramatic divisions of three comedies (and farces) and three horror plays ...

Author: Mel Gordon

Publisher: Feral House

ISBN: 9781627310437

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 220

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"Bloodcurdling shrieks, fiendish schemes, deeds of darkness, mayhem and mutilation—we all have a rough idea of what Grand Guignol stands for. But until now it has been hard to find out much more about it than that. According to the American theater historian Mel Gordon, no major history of the theater so much as mentions it, although it is a form of entertainment that held its own on the Paris stage for more than half a century. But Mr. Gordon has made a thorough job of filling the gap."—John Gross, The New York Times Here is the expanded edition of classic outré book, The Grand Guignol, first published in 1988 and now long out of print. Like the original anthology, it includes an illustrated introduction to the theater of Paris and abroad, a breakdown of its stage tricks, a summary of one hundred plots, extensive photo documentation, André de Lord's essay, "Fear in Literature," and two originally produced Grand Guignol scripts. The expanded edition also contains additional graphic and textual material including a color insert of Grand Guignol posters; the 1938 autobiographical account of Maxa, the company's leading female performer entitled "I Am the Maddest Woman in the World"; and the controversial playscript Orgy in the Lighthouse.

Three Plays

GUT Pause . Nuther thing . When we pull up at a service station , ' e goes for a
slash . ( open his eyes , looks at MOLESTER . ) In the lav . MOLESTER ( opens
his eyes , looks at GUT ) . Creepy . GUT Very . Both turn away and close their
eyes .

Author: Howard Brenton

Publisher: Burns & Oates

ISBN: UOM:39015053660943

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 164

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Three Plays

... m going to come to the show . It sounds too creepy . MISS ZAMPA Come on ,
mummy , don ' t let ' s exaggerate . . . THE WAITER ( approaches from upstage
right followed by two porters carrying a large wicker basket ) Put it here , right
here .

Author: Eduardo De Filippo

Publisher: Hamish Hamilton

ISBN: UOM:39015033477061

Category: Italian drama

Page: 246

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Selected Plays of Shakespeare

Three students representing " sybils ” addressed to the king prophecies similar to
those that the three Weird Sisters of Macbeth addressed to Banquo , the
supposed ancestor of King James . Whatever Shakespeare's reason for his
choice of ...

Author: William Shakespeare

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105118201875

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Page: 652

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British Drama in the 1980s

Unfortunately we are unable to accommodate it within our budget . We would
however be very interested in seeing a rewritten version and I hope the following
points might assist you . 1 Do you really need three weird sisters ? Couldn ' t the ...

Author: Bernhard Reitz

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105043279889

Category: English drama

Page: 181

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Three Screenplays

Eldritch: suggesting the operation of supernatural influences; “an eldritch screech”; “the three weird sisters”; “stumps . . . had uncanny shapes as of ...

Author: Tom Bradley

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781907133718

Category: Fiction

Page: 394

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Here are three screenplays collected in print for the first time, from the prolific bizarro genius Tom Bradley. Each screenplay is adapted from a novel of the same name. LEMUR - damnation and salvation in the food services industry. VITAL FLUID - rival hypnotists stage a bizarre series of showdowns. BOMB BABY - a manhunt through Hiroshima's lightless crannies. ' . . . brilliant, evocative writing. Bizarre imagination set free. An enviable skill.' -Consuelo Boland

The Horror Plays of the English Restoration

The Horror Plays of the English Restoration 164 Shipman, Thomas. Henry III of France, Stabb'd by a Fryer, with the Fall of the Guise. London, 1672.

Author: Anne Hermanson

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317028543

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 194

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A decade after the Restoration of Charles II, a disturbing group of tragedies, dubbed by modern critics the horror or the blood-and-torture villain tragedies, burst onto the London stage. Ten years later they were gone - absorbed into the partisan frenzy which enveloped the theatre at the height of the Exclusion Crisis. Despite burgeoning interest, until now there has been no full investigation into why these deeply unsettling plays were written when they were and why they so fascinated audiences for the period that they held the stage. The author’s contention is that the genre of horror gains its popularity at times of social dislocation. It reflects deep schisms in society, and English society was profoundly unsettled and in a (delayed) state of shock from years of social upheaval and civil conflict. Through recurrent images of monstrosity, madness, venereal disease, incest and atheism, Hermanson argues that the horror dramatists trope deep-seated and unresolved anxieties - engaging profoundly with contemporary discourse by abreacting the conspiratorial climate of suspicion and fear. Some go as far as to question unequivocally the moral and political value of monarchy, vilifying the office of kingship and pushing ideas of atheism further than in any drama produced since Seneca. This study marks the first comprehensive investigation of these macabre tragedies in which playwrights such as Nathaniel Lee, Thomas Shadwell, Elkanah Settle, Thomas Otway and the Earl of Rochester take their audience on an exploration of human iniquity, thrusting them into an examination of man’s relationship to God, power, justice and evil.

Enser s Filmed Books and Plays

Author: A. G. S. Enser

Publisher: A A Balkema

ISBN: 1857420268

Category: Adaptations cinématographiques - Catalogues

Page: 970

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**** Previous editions of this comprehensive compendium of motion picture and television adaptations of books and plays are cited in Sheehy and Walford. Covering more than 60 years, and with far wider coverage of US, Canadian, Australian, and foreign language material, there are some 6,000 listings in this current edition, incorporating live-action and animated films made since the advent of sound, television movies and mini-series, and the acclaimed television serials produced by the BBC and other British television networks. For students, scholars, and buffs. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

National Broadcasting Company Presents Great Plays

Μ Α C Β Ε Τ Η William Shakespeare 1605-6 I N THE THIRD PERIOD of
Shakespeare's life we find the greatest pieces of ... Macbeth , at the opening of
the play , is greeted by three Weird Sisters who tell him that new honors await
him , and that ...

Author: National Broadcasting Company, inc

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ISBN: UOM:39015070569010

Category: Drama

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Three Plays

Three years of being friends, standing next to each other at soccer games; ... consoling me in some odd way, it's creepy BETH: And what about Cathy?

Author: Craig Wright

Publisher: Northwestern University Press

ISBN: 9780810128149

Category: Drama

Page: 151

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The three plays in this volume –Melissa Arctic, and Orange Flower Water, and The Pavilion – are all set in the fictional town of Pine City, Minnesota. As the name suggests, these plays share a focus on love and relationships and feature a consistent undercurrent of observation and speculation about the nature of time.

American Book Publishing Record

( Plays . ) 5 . ( Readers ' theater . ) I . Shakespeare , William , ' 1564 - 1616 .
Macbeth II . Title . III . Series . IV . ... 2 . 40 1 . Horror plays , American . 2 . Children
' s plays , American . 3 . ( Horror plays . ) 4 . ( Plays . ) S . [ Readers ' theater . ) ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015079622448

Category: American literature

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Shakespeare s Occasional Plays

Shakespeare , it seems , was content to limit himself to Hecate and the three
Weird Sisters . The stage - direction at IV.i.38 suggests that there may have been
six subsidiary witches on the stage at this point , but this is probably an error .

Author: J. M. Nosworthy

Publisher: London : Edward Arnold

ISBN: UOM:39015001983892

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Page: 238

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Plays and Players

A creepy retainer , Riff Raff , and a lively female duo are the weird accomplices in
Frank ' n ' Furter ' s outrages ... Three chords go an awfully long way , don ' t they
? I enjoy ... I know that sounds inarticulate , but I could see how it would play .

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105118883284

Category: Theater

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The Use of Rhyme in Shakespeare s Plays

11 The metre as used here , and also in the speeches of the three weird sisters in
Macbeth , produces a lyricism which is in marked contrast to the other metres ,
even to the rhymed lines of the lovers . Wherever it is used , it seems to convey a
 ...

Author: Frederic William Ness

Publisher: Shoe String PressInc

ISBN: UCSC:32106006349655

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 168

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