Deckchairs (Acting Edition)

Jean McConnell

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She is also known for her novels, primarily Something New, which questions the assumption that literary heroines must be beautiful. Denver, CO 80219, **20% Theatre Company, Twin Cities** (Minneapolis, MN) – Seeking submissions of work by female (biologically, female-identified, transsexual, transgender, or gender-queer) playwrights for consideration for New Works Playreading Series, main-stage production season, or other performance event.

Pages: 70

Publisher: Samuel French Ltd (January 1, 1995)

ISBN: 0573100039

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