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play

1. An investment.
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The essayists pack a great deal of information into a format that runs under twenty pages per playwright.
Al-Khoza'i, playwright Al-Shihabi's new play is one of the most remarkable plays in terms of its concept, quality, techniques and creativeness.
Since playwrights don't have a good track record in Deptford (tavern Christopher Marlowe was stabbed to death in a tavern there) it's probably best Joe is busy in Liverpool.
STOCKHOLM: Palestinian writer Valentina Abu Oqsa has been named the winner of the 2012 Etel Adnan Award for Women Playwrights.
ARC's New Playwrights Laboratory was launched in February with Andy and allowed participants to explore advanced skills and techniques in dramatic writing towards the Short Sharpe Festival.
Pinter was heavily influenced by Irish playwright Samuel Beckett.
There were certain individuals who had the means, and housed a talented playwright, and would help him or her develop.
THE daughter of legendary playwright Sean O'Casey has revealed how he provided solace for hundreds of Irish women over the years through an extraordinary stream of letters.
Ronnie Ferguson's book is a welcome addition to the burgeoning assortment of critical investigations of the sixteenth-century Paduan playwright Angelo Beolco, known as Ruzante.
This one-act play, directed by Sami Abdul-Hamid with both the playwright and the director acting the major roles, was first performed, appropriately, at the Medical College theater.
As a playwright he was the true successor to Brecht, so it was only logical that Muller should come to direct the Berliner Ensemble, where pieces of furniture used by Brecht and his collaborators have been landmarked for preservation.
Despite wealthy adoptive parents who sent him to exclusive schools like Choate, Valley Forge, and Trinity College, playwright Edward Albee didn't have an easy start.