100 Saints You Should Know

Theresa cleans the rectory of the local parish to support her unruly teenage daughter. When its priest is forced to leave the church under uncertain circumstances and return home to his protective mother, Theresa finds herself compelled to pursue him.  One eventful night joins them all, forcing a reckoning with the broken memories and shaken faith that divides them – and the discovery of a shared, yet tenuous, common ground.
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13 by Shanley

A collection of plays The Big Funk, Savage in Limbo, Beggars in The House of Plenty, Women of Manhattan, Danny and The Deep Blue Sea, Italian American Reconciliation, Welcome to The Moon, The Red Coat, Down and Out, A Lonely Impulse of Delight, Out West, Let Us Go Out Into The Starry Night, and The Dreamer Examines His Pillow.
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15 American One-Act Plays

This group of dramas by some of the finest established American writers of one-act plays will be a stimulating and enriching experience whether they are read privately, by informal groups or in classrooms. Each is an outstanding example of storytelling in play form. Some are tragic, some comic, some melodramatic, some fantasies. They represent a wide variety in locales and a great diversity in characters. Each, in its own way, shows how a gifted author has transformed his point of view, his attitudes toward life, his experiences and his observations into an effective dramatization.
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2 Minutes and Under

In this unique book, Glenn Alterman provides a collection of contemporary monologues that are two minutes and under in length - an ideal tool for auditions.
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222 Comedy Monologues 2 Minutes & Under

A long one-act play in which "nothing happens" except conversation until the violent ending. The story, in simplest terms, is about how a man who is consumed with loneliness starts up a conversation with another man on a bench in Central Park and eventually forces him to participate in an act of violence.
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24 Favorite One Act Plays

Two dozen classic dramas by some of the finest and most famous playwrights of the last hundred years--Anton Chekhov, Noel Coward, Oscar Wilde, Arthur Miller, and A.A. Milne.
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27 Short Plays

There are friends we can't imagine living without. Morgan and Jimmy were kids together, whirling around the porch on hot summer days. They've been friends forever, and by now they know each other inside out. They do everything together--from cutting high school to go into the city to coaching each other at dance auditions and acting workshops. They even argue well. A perfect friendship. Best friends. For life. So how could life be so right and then be so wrong? After a terrible accident, Morgan suddenly has to face life alone. Without Jimmy around, though, it's like the best part of her has died. How could he do this to her? And why is love so hard?
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