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The Best American Short Plays 2000-2001 (Best American Short Plays)

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Get this from a library. The Best American Short Plays [Mark Glubke; Liz Duffy Adams; Glen Berger; Benjamin Bettenbender; Cusi Cram; Laurence Klavan; Seth Kramer; Rosemary Moore; Julie Marie Myatt; Adam Rapp; Brian Silberman; Gary Sunshine; Sheri Wilner;] -- Presents twelve short plays, most fromas a sampling of American theater at the turn of the twenty-first century.

(Best American Short Plays). For over 60 years, The Best American Short Plays series has set the standard for excellence in one-act plays. In this latest edition, we are pleased to present a group of fresh-voiced, cutting-edge plays for the new millenium. Among the twelve plays included are Sheri Wilner's poignant Relative Strangers, which chronicles a young woman's yearning for the mother.

Mark Glubke is the senior editor of Back Stage Books and the author of The Best American Short Plays (). He is the former president of Applause Books and the former editor of The Stage & Screen Book Club.

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It was performed at the Cape Cod Theatre Project at the Falmouth Academy in Falmouth, Massachusetts, and included in the anthology The Best American Short Plays – Plot Summary.

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In addition to the Best Plays of –, the book will also continue to honor regional plays cited by the American Theatre Critics Association in the American Theatre Critics/Steinberg New Play Awards and Citations competition, and will provide a compendium of facts and figures about the year in theater.

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