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2017 Theatre Brut Festival Anthology

2017 Theatre Brut Festival Anthology
Your Price: $25.00 CDN
Edited by: New Jersey Repertory Company
Publisher: Smith & Kraus
Format: Softcover
# of Pages: 221
Pub. Date: 2017
ISBN-10: 1575259168
ISBN-13: 9781575259161

About the Plays:

The New Jersey Repertory Company is a professional, non-profit theater located in Long Branch, New Jersey. Its Theatre Brut Short Play Festival was founded in 2004 as an extension of the theater's primary mission to develop and produce new plays and make a lasting contribution to the American Stage.

The 2017 Theatre Brut Short Play Festival featured over seventy-five actors, twenty directors, and dozens of designers, technicians and volunteers presenting 28 short plays on four stages over four days. Included in the 2017 Theatre Brut Festival Anthology are all 28 plays, exploring the theme, "All About Eve."

A Few Good PB&Js by Jeremy Kehoe
After You by Lee Blessing
Australia's Oldest Woman by Kieran Carroll
Barroom Sonata by Jack Canfora
Blood Sausage by John Biguenet
Breaking in the New Boss by Gino DiIorio
Cubs Win! by Marisa Smith
Deliver Us by Ian August
Eve in the Hot Seat by Brian Richard Mori
Eviction by Nancy Cooper Frank
Exhibit A by L.H. Grant
Ful Nabit by J. Thalia Cunningham
Her Place in the World by D.W. Gregory
How My Grandparents Fell in Love by Cary Gitter
Love is a Train by R.N. Sandberg
(miss) Mary Edwards by Elaine Smith
Mountaineer by Ken Weitzman
New York City Girls Will Kill You by Graham Techler
The Outside Edge of a Full Circle by Matthew Harrington
Performance Review by Nedra Pezold Roberts
Pittsburgh by Michael Tucker
Snake Eggs by Lauren Waters
Something About Eve by Lynne Halliday
Stepping Into Fire (musical) by Jonathan Brielle and Tom Coash
The Conversation by Wendie Malick
The Late Shift by Willow Martin
The Naming by Constance Marse
This Year's Model by Donna Hoke