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In addition, we are looking for plays addressing environmental and human rights issues; historical and biographical plays; fairy tales and folk tales; skits; contemporary plays; and dramatized classics. (Query first for dramatized classics; stories adapted must be in the public domain.) We publish no music or musicals, but plays may include original words to be sung to familiar tunes. One of the finest court-room dramas ever written (by two local authors, from Cleveland and Elyria), this American theater classic premiered in 1955 at the height of the McCarthy era but its central theme, the right to think, still resonates today.

Pages: 218

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; Lrg edition (April 5, 2015)

ISBN: 1508991979

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