Duo!

Duo! : The Best Scenes for Two for the 21st Century

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Spotlighting the best of Broadway, Off-Broadway, regional, and experimental writings since 2000, Duo!: The Best Scenes for Two for the 21st Century offers bravura pieces for performance, acting class, and study. Culled from the work of over 100 playwrights - veterans as well as up-and-coming talents - and encompassing the seminal issues of our time - from race to gender, class to politics - this follow-up compendium to the popular edition of the 1990s is by turns comic or, serious - and sometimes both - but always intensely human. Duo!'s satisfyingly complex characters are the obscure or famous, young, middle-aged, and older. Tracy Letts confronts the aftermath of betrayal on a night too hot for sleep in August: Osage County; Karen Finley exposes sexual politics outside the Oval Office in George & Martha; Tom Stoppard investigates the difficulties of understanding Greek as well as the younger generation in Rock 'n' Roll; Lynn Nottage delineates gentility, the fear of being alone, and the passage of time in Intimate Apparel; Richard Greenberg weighs the costs of being godly or becoming merely human in the baseball-themed Take Me Out; and Tina Howe bends time, showing the universal power of dramatic recognition across the ages, in Water Music.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 520 pages
  • 133 x 197 x 30mm | 617g
  • Applause Theatre Book Publishers
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • 1557837023
  • 9781557837028
  • 433,647

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