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Humana Festival 2012: The Complete Plays (Humana Festival)by Amy (edt) Wegener
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Humana Festival 2012: The Complete Plays brings together all ten scripts from the 2012 Humana Festival of New American Plays, the 36th annual cycle of world premiere productions staged at Actors Theatre of Louisville. This unique compilation features an exceptional array of work by some of the most exciting new voices in the American theatre, from a group of suburban kids in the late 80s who forge a cultural identity through hip hop (How We Got On), to a rich, dying woman who suspects her nurse is being paid off to expedite her death (Death Tax), to a 500-year-old Austrian vampire struggling with the existential grind of modern living (Michael von Siebenburg Melts Through the Floorboards). This original and diverse collection of plays is a must-have for anyone seeking fresh, daring, and compelling theater.
Includes the plays The Ballad of 423 and 424 by Nicholas C. Pappas, Death Tax by Lucas Hnath, The Dungeons and the Dragons by Kyle John Schmidt, Eat Your Heart Out by Courtney Baron, Hero Dad by Laura Jacqmin, The Hour of Feeling by Mona Mansour, How We Got On by Idris Goodwin, Michael von Siebenburg Melts Through the Floorboards by Greg Kotis, Oh, Gastronomy! by Michael Golamco, Carson Kreitzer, Steve Moulds, Tanya Saracho, and Matt Schatz, The Veri**on Play by Lisa Kron
This compilation features an exceptional array of work by some of the most exciting new voices in the American theatre.
Includes: Eat Your Heart Out by Courtney Baron, How We Got On by Idris Goodwin, Death Tax by Lucas Hnath, Michael von Siebenburg Melts Through the Floorboards by Greg Kotis, The Veri**on Play by Lisa Kron, The Hour of Feeling by Mona Mansour, the multi-author play Oh, Gastronomy!, and ten-minute plays.
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