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The fourth volume in the Smith and Kraus annual series of new one-act plays produced at America's premier one-act play festival. The Ensemble Studio Theater in New York began this annual festival seventeen years ago as a tribute to the one act form

The fourth volume in the Smith and Kraus annual series of new one-act plays produced at America's premier one-act play festival. The Ensemble Studio Theater in New York began this annual festival seventeen years ago as a tribute to the one act form. Today, the EST Marathon is one of the most anticipated events of the theatrical season.

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'Marathon '85'' - the . As usual with the marathon, the opening bill, called Series A, is long, uneven and bracingly acted throughout. The two pre-intermission Series A plays reveal talented writers goofing off. In ''The Frog Prince,'' a fable about love and masculine pride written in 1982, Mr. Mamet gets a few laughs by mixing modern slang anachronistically with fairy tale diction. But this attenuated sketch runs as long as Act I of ''Glengarry Glen Ross'' and, its able cast notwithstanding, is one-tenth as lively.

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Photograph: Gerry Goodstein35th Marathon of New One-Act Plays: Series A52nd to Bowery to Cobble Hill, in. .EST has curated a compelling, varied blend of brief works-many penned by female playwrights, a refreshing change from last year's dude-centric Marathon

Photograph: Gerry Goodstein35th Marathon of New One-Act Plays: Series A52nd to Bowery to Cobble Hill, in Brooklyn. EST has curated a compelling, varied blend of brief works-many penned by female playwrights, a refreshing change from last year's dude-centric Marathon. For the most part, the night's five plays are small-scale and personal, making them feel right at home in the modest performance space. Chiara Atik's self-contained 52nd to Bowery to Cobble Hill, in Brooklyn takes place entirely inside the confines of a downtown-bound taxicab.

The playwright balances what we are told with what we may guess

Real Real Gone" is the best of the bunch, as author Michael Louis Wells lets his characters (two working-class young men of Irish descent) ramble on to show the lack of direction in their lives. The playwright balances what we are told with what we may guess.

The fourth volume in the Smith and Kraus annual series of new one-act plays produced at America's premier one-act play festival.

The Ensemble Studio Theater in New York began this annual festival seventeen years ago as a tribute to the one act form. Today, the EST Marathon is one of the most anticipated events of the theatrical season.

Est Marathon '97: The One-Act Plays (Contemporary Playwrights Series) epub download

ISBN13: 978-1575251356

ISBN: 1575251353

Author: Marisa Smith

Category: Other

Subcategory: Humanities

Language: English

Publisher: Smith & Kraus Pub Inc (June 1, 1998)

Pages: 160 pages

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