Embracing the Crocodile: Second Thoughts about Pedro Almodóvar's Bad Education La Mala Educación
A travelogue of the work-in-progress opera Gertrude Stein Invents A Jump Early On
This Month's installment Hubris, vanity, rejection. In an artist's life, these stations along the road called ambition loom larger than the witches Macbeth met on a Scottish heath.
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The Autobiography of Lester Cole, legendary screenwriter, one of the founders of the screenwriters guild ( now the WGA) and the most unrelenting and outspoken member of the blacklisted "Hollywod Ten".
1844, when California was still part of Mexico,a mysterious group of native Californios confronting the land-hungry Americans, a troubled love story of a young American girl and a secret British agent combine in this intriguing novel by Jack Adler.
Set against the clouds of warfare to deliver India and Pakistan into Independence, Farzana Moon's novel stirs the myth that when a serpent gets to be one hundred years old, it can transform itself into human form..
A zesty, tasty collection of Monologues (great for auditions!) along with short plays and short stories by writer, composer, performer Les Marcott
New plays available for production, Come In, Stranger, Out of the Fog by Rich Yurman, In Stanley's Room byGeorge Freek, Even After All These Years byNathan Albright, and a screenplay, Meka and Alexander by Gregory Walker
An intense portrayal of the captivity of a man inside his own skin and the thoughts and feelings that torture him, in a poetic autobiography by Argentine poet, Gito Minore.
In the classic style of Sufi poetry, Farzana Moon explores the sensuous fantasies, dreams and mysticism of a deeply personal, private world
Song-verse memories of romantic dreams by Bryon Harrelson
A revealing, provocative, unchained self-portrait of a citizen of the world, a man in pursuit of the art of love. Julius Krinski: A Life
A chalenging look at your life and the rest of the world through the eyes of of some remarkable people. Wondering Into Thai Culture with Mont Redmond
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