A collection of five full-length plays premiered by community theatres in Ontario, written by local playwrights.
Set in everyday places, these are plays that examine our roots (or lack thereof) and how they affect our choices. A must-have for theatres looking to produce new plays that address meaningful local issues. This anthology is full of acting scenes and monologues ideal for the classroom or studio.
$38,000 For A Friendly Face by Kristin Shepherd, Gateway Theatre Guild (North Bay)
Hamish by Michael Grant, Elmira Theatre Company
Never Such Innocence Again by Michael Fay, Highlands Little Theatre (Haliburton)
Staff Room by Joan Burrows, The Curtain Club (Richmond Hill)
A Year In Edna’s Kitchen by Sandy Conrad (Music and Lyrics by Ian Burbidge and Sandy Conrad), Kincardine Theatre Guild
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