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Best Student One Acts: Volume 5
Best Student One Acts: Volume 5
Edited by Lauren Friesen. Written by Raul H. Castillo, Tom Gannon, Mark Aloysius Kenneally, Isaac N. Perelson, James Pinkowski, Marianne Sexton-Kelley, Gordron Sumlak-Langlois and Jason Taylor.

 This collection presents the winners of the 1999 Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival one-act play competition, selected from the eight ACTF designated regions of the country. 6x9—256 pages.

Muerte en la Mente (Death on My Mind) by Raul H. Castillo. After their truck crash, two friends who attempted to smuggle "illegals" now face their own struggle for life on the Mexico/U.S. border.

Gordon Sumlak-Langlois' Blind Harassment deals with all levels of discrimination and the stereotypes of harassment found in modern society.

In Two Thieves in a Trap by Tom Gannon, three guys, a golf course and a judge all converge to create a funny and poignant human tale of fear and adaptation.

Mint Juleps by James Pinkowski. Two old friends meet for tea in an out-of-the-way cafe. Through a cryptic exchange, they uncover the personal mysteries and secrets that time and space have buried in their irretrievable past.

Jason Taylor's Don't Encourage Him is a hilarious autobiographical one-man show that tells the tale of growing up on a farm in Iowa with brotherly rivalry to spare.

In Marianne Sexton-Kelley's A Thousand Words one character who cannot speak is the focus of love and concern in this portrait of life in a community where people care deeply about the fortunes of others.

In Park Angel by Isaac N. Perelson, Josh's sister tries to reach out to him while he avoids the issues she raises while a stranger on the park bench helps him discover his sense of self and guides him to understanding.

Slipping Him the Tongue by Mark Kenneally is a comedy about the Bard from Avon which explores the wit and vitality of the legendary playwright in a contemporary setting.

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Status:  In Stock
Type of show:  Anthology*One-Act
Catalog Code:  B89
Royalty:  $80.00 /perf.*
Cost:  $24.95
Target Audience: High School | College and Adult
Performing Group: High Schools | College Theatre
ISBN (10): 1583420002
Publication Date: 11/30/2000
James Pinkowski is a writer-director currently living in New York City. His most recent play, Hollis McCoy and the Elves, which he developed during a residency for directing at the Tribeca Performing Arts Center, took part in the Boomerang Theater Ensemble's First Flight Series and will receive workshop a production in late 2004. He recently wrote and developed sketches of ...More
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