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  • The Risk Theatre Model of Tragedy

    Gambling, Drama, and the Unexpected by

    WHEN YOU LEAST EXPECT IT, BIRNAM WOOD COMES TO DUNSINANE HILL The Risk Theatre Model of Tragedy presents a profoundly original theory of drama that speaks to modern audiences living in an increasingly volatile world driven by artificial ...


  • The Gootesnooters

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    The Gootesnooter story is fiction but with lessons. The Gootesnooter play is an easy read, in particular as a closet drama, which is a play better understood by reading; and/or as a play, script fashion, in two parts for either two short plays or ...


  • A Letter For Adorabella

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    When Adorabella states: "If love denied can break a heart, perhaps love received can mend it," she is contemplating the eternal question of life: where does happiness lie? Abandoned by her mother, rejected by her fiancé, fragile, insecure and ...


  • Christmas Skits for Middle School Years

    Enrichment for Grades 5, 6 and 7 by

    There’s an atmosphere of generosity, celebration and inclusion; and no one event in a school embodies the spirit of the season more than the Christmas pageant. The eight skits in this book are meant to enrich the education experience for the ...


  • The Dance Gods

    A New York Memoir by

    When Kenny Pearl arrived in New York City, determined to succeed as a dancer, he was penniless, friendless and jobless. His memories shine against the backdrop of the turbulent ’60s and ’70s, including Vietnam War protests, the military draft and ...


  • Good Country Canada

    Five Plays by John Ferth by

    The Stage is our world. We play our part in it, within the time allotted to us. When the time is up - down goes the curtain. Fate distributes the parts we play, we have no hand in the choosing. We are lucky sometimes. Olga believes she was ...