- Author:Valerie Smith,Michael Bigelow Dixon
- Publisher:I E Clark (September 1, 1990)
- Pages:72 pages
- Subcategory:Dramas & Plays
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Big Trouble: Six 10-Minute Plays from Actors Theatre of Louisville and Walden Theatre. by. Michael Bigelow Dixon
30 Ten-Minute Plays for 2 Actors, from Actors Theatre of Louisville's National Ten-Minute Play Contest .
It is part of a set of three volumes of 10-minute plays. One of the other volumes contains plays for 3 actors, and the other has pieces for 4, 5, or 6 actors. The introduction to this book notes, "Over the past two decades, the ten-minute play has established itself as a potent and durable form in American theater
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Ten-Minute Plays book.
Actors Theatre of Louisville is a non-profit performing arts theater located in downtown Louisville, Kentucky. Actors Theatre was founded in 1964 following the merging of two local companies, Actors, Inc. and Theatre Louisville, operated by Louisville natives Ewel Cornett and Richard Block. Designated as the "State Theater of Kentucky" in 1974, the theatre has been called one of America's most consistently innovative professional theatre companies, with an annual attendance of 150,000.
Dixon, Michael Bigelow; Volansky, Michele; Actors Theatre of Louisville.
Book Format: Paperback. Jon Jory; Michael Bigelow Dixon; Jon Jory. Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H). 0 x . 1 Inches.
Big Trouble is composed of six 10-minute plays from Actors Theatre of Louisville and Walden Theatre by Michael Bigelow Dixon and Valerie Smith with a preface by Jon Jory. A blind businessman leads his blind employees through an average work day that is not average. For this group, being blind seems to be more of an asset than a liability. Some More Than Others. Can there be surprises in the ballot-counting room for three girls who must make sure the right person gets elected student body president?
Actors Theatre of Louisville.
Actors Theatre of Louisville. 316 West Main St. Louisville, Kentucky United States. Actors Theatre was founded in 1964 following the merging of two local companies, Actors', Inc and Theatre Louisville, operated by Louisville natives Ewel Cornett and Richard Block.
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