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358 pages : 22 cm. Anthology of dramatic monologues for actors
358 pages : 22 cm. Anthology of dramatic monologues for actors. I came to New York to write - Help, I am : a monologue - Cornered - - Still-love - One person : a monologue - Joyce Dynel : an American Zarzuela - Preggin and Liss - The Richest girl in the world finds happiness - The Arnold Bliss show - The. Haunted host.
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Robert Patrick (born September 27, 1937) is an American playwright, poet, lyricist, short story writer, and novelist. He was born Robert Patrick O'Connor in Kilgore, Texas. O'Connor was born to migrant workers in Texas. Because his parents constantly moved around the southwestern United States looking for work, he never went to one school for a full year until his senior year of high school, in Roswell, New Mexico. Books, film, and radio were the only constants in his early life.
Full disclosure here: Robert Patrick has been a friend and colleague of mine since 1965, and I recently published four one-act plays of his collectively titled Up By Wednesday. Temple Slave is very gay, very purple, and very good. His play The Haunted Host, and Lanford Wilson's The Madness of Lady Bright are its cornerstones
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Robert Patrick was a founding father of the off-off Broadway scene; it's most produced and most prolific playwright. He was also a contributor to the growth of gay theater. Patrick is now best known for his play Kennedy's Children. The Robert Patrick Papers include production materials, photographs, scripts and other writings (such as articles). Collection is open to the public. Photocopying prohibited. Patrick is now best known for his play Kennedy's Children
Robert Patrick was a founding father of the off-off Broadway scene; it's most produced and most prolific playwright. Robert Patrick was born Robert Patrick O'Connor on September 27, 1937 in Kilgore, Texas. He came to New York City in 1961, and was soon a part Caffe Cino, the legendary off-off Broadway theater. Caffe Cino produced Patrick's first play, The Haunted Host, which also proved to be a breakthrough in gay theater.
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