Three Negro Plays

And none of that creepy stuff my creepy father used to play . [ She puts on a
record – some very modern jazz ; it throbs low and warm and intense . ] Yeah . . .
that ' s good . I have to have music . . . it helps to close things out . It envelops you
.

Author: C. W. E. Bigsby

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ISBN: IND:32000000977340

Category: African Americans

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Three plays

I send copy back every afternoon when I can find a live phone , I put in death ,
bloodshed , horror , you know the usual bull — war and slaughter and little
children's heads on bayonets — and the Canadian News Agency turn it sunny
side up ...

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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

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015060618157

Category: Drama

Page: 211

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Three Plays

It makes me creepy, them bloody flames sweeping in and oot like that. GeoRDIE (
hammering mail). Aye, they'd fair send you back to the Bible readin'. Christ, would
I like to bomb Berlin — bomb the bastards till the ruddy Rhine was red.

Author: Paul Vincent Carroll

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ISBN: UCAL:$B794538

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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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Hall Three Plays

It ' s dead creepy , right - ELLIOTT : Sounds it – ASH : What ? ELLIOTT : Nothing -
go on . ASH : What ' s wrong with it ? ELLIOTT : Well – is it all like that – the play -
ASH : Like what ? ELLIOTT : All that about drugs - ASH : A lot of it is – why ?

Author: Jonathan Hall

Publisher: Oberon Books

ISBN: UOM:39015059160245

Category: Drama

Page: 221

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Three insightful comedy dramas exploring modern life from a gay perspective.

Three Really Nasty Plays

[ His room darkens , except for a tight spot on his face and upper body . Eerie ,
creepy music . ] VOICE : Mr . Rice ? RICE : Huh ? VOICE : Mr . Rice .
Acknowledge us please . RICE : . . . Hello ? VOICE : Mr . Rice , despite your loud
accordion , we ...

Author: Ronald Mark Chambers

Publisher: Players Press

ISBN: STANFORD:36105023090918

Category: Drama

Page: 192

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Theater of Fear Horror Expanded Edition

The number of produced plays is much closer to 1,200 different dramas and
sketches, of which onethird were frequently ... For this listing, I have divided the
plots into three categories: Horror Plays, Comedies and Farces, and Dramatic
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.

The Grand Guignol

For this listing , I have divided the plots into three categories : Horror Plays ,
Comedies and Farces , and Dramatic Plays . Within each section , I have
attempted to characterize the overriding themes , or emotional play , of the texts .
The themes ...

Author: Mel Gordon

Publisher: Da Capo Press

ISBN: STANFORD:36105019330047

Category: Performing Arts

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The Theatre of the Grand Guignol, which began in turn-of-the-century Paris, celebrated horror and fear. Innocent victims, mangled beauty, insanity, mutilation, depravity and guilt were its primary themes. This text examines its history, themes and methods and summarizes its plots.

Three Plays

MEADOWLARK : I having this notion havin bin inside dem youth detention camps
, an havin been in the Isle of Wight Prison , if a see a summons creepycrawly in
de door mat , am reachin for my woolly top , brother , an am leavin out teh ...

Author: Michael Hastings

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ISBN: UCAL:B4948344

Category: English drama

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GLOO JOO. "An illegal immigrant has nothing to declare but a sackful of woolly tops which he sells at football matches". ; FULL FRONTAL. "A monologue by Gabriel Nkoke - a man born in Nigeria but raised almost all his life in England, 'the new type of man. I'm neither here. Nor neither there' - delivered to an unseen representative of the National Front, which Gabriel is at first seen trying to join because he agrees with their racialist agenda."-- FOR THE WEST (UGANDA). "A comic portrait of Idi Amin at the time of the expulsion of all Indians from Uganda".--The Guardian website and Wikipedia.

The Best 10 minute Plays for Three Or More Actors 2005

( She gives him a very creepy look . ) ( Tony returns wearing a motorcycle helmet
, and carrying a second one for Harley . ) TONY : OK , saddle up . HARLEY : But
— I can ' t drive a motorcycle . TONY : You ' re riding shotgun with me , sonny boy
 ...

Author: D. L. Lepidus

Publisher: Smith & Kraus Pub Incorporated

ISBN: UOM:39015074298806

Category: Drama

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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.

The Horror Plays of the English Restoration

The Horror Plays of the English Restoration 30 Albert S. Borgman, Thomas
Shadwell (New York: Benjamin Blom, 1969) ... The play was printed three times
in the seventeenth century and made Settle one of the most well known
playwrights of ...

Author: Anne Hermanson

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317028543

Category: Literary Criticism

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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.

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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Collected Plays 1965 1970

ACT THREE Alan comes forward . The stage is rather dark at the beginning ,
growing slowly ... It was probably more lines about creepy ferns and creepy
shadows for creepy creeps . I do know we spoke , that we walked up into the
mountains ...

Author: Lanford Wilson

Publisher: Smith & Kraus

ISBN: MINN:31951P00179441R

Category: American drama

Page: 274

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The Development of English Drama in the Late Seventeenth Century

Rhymed plays appear ( 1 ) in the well - established horror mode , ( 2 ) in more
serious heroic vein , ( 3 ) in would - be high ... Predictable changes are rung on
three princes and three queens ( including Thalestris , Queen of the Amazons ) ,
a ...

Author: Robert D. Hume

Publisher: Oxford [Eng.] : Clarendon Press

ISBN: UOM:39015012434869

Category: Aesthetics, Modern

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The Shakespeare Newsletter

In three other plays , Lording Barry ' s Ram Alley , Edward Sharpham ' s Cupid ' s
... Vincent Price acted in three horror - adaptations of Shakespeare : as Clarence
in The Tower of London , a 1939 Universal film ; as Richard III in the 1963 ...

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Baker s Plays

COSTUME DESIGNER'S HANDBOOK COSTUMES BY YOU COSTUMING THE
BIBLICAL PLAY COSTUMER'S HANDBOOK COUNT ... LIGHTING CREATING A
ROLE CREATING YOUR OWN STAGE SETS CREATIVE PLAY DIRECTION
CREEPS BY NIGHT CREEPY CASTLE ... 83 5 III 33 33 83 83 33 84 DANDELION
DANISH SOAP or THE DANES OF OUR LIVES DARK OF THE MOON
DAUGHTERS ...

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ISBN: PSU:000013783938

Category: Drama

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Catalog of Copyright Entries Third Series

Author: Library of Congress. Copyright Office

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ISBN: UIUC:30112113401936

Category: Copyright

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The record of each copyright registration listed in the Catalog includes a description of the work copyrighted and data relating to the copyright claim (the name of the copyright claimant as given in the application for registration, the copyright date, the copyright registration number, etc.).