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Anne Phelan


Phelan, Anne (American playwright, author, 1960-____), “Dog,”

a 10-minute drama in English, set in a living room during the holidays,1995,

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;   © 1995 by Anne Phelan;  •  in Anne Phelan’s Dog (New York: The Author, 1995);  • script and rights available from Anne Phelan, 208 East 88th Street, #4A, New York, New York 10128, U.S.A. • Cited in letter to present author, November 22, 1995, and amended via e-mail phelan1914@yahoo.com, May 10, 1997, July 9, 2003; Phelan says,

  §  Dramatis Persona Alice (f), in her fifties.

  §  Synopsis “Alice once lost the family dog; indeed, she has lost everything she has ever counted on.

  §  Comment “The Abingdon Theatre Company premiered 'Dog' at the Producers Club, New York City, December 15-17, 1996. Chris Brady directed. The production featured Suzanne Marley as Alice. 'Dog' received a nomination for a Samuel French Off-Off Broadway Play Award."

  §  Themes dependence, dog, family, loss, responsibility.

See also Anne Phelan’s

  • "It's Called Development," a 10-minute drama in English, set in corporate office, 2002, weekday morning, 2001, 3f
  • "Strike Two," a 15-minute drama in English, set in the present, 1f
  • "Tricycle," a 30-minute drama in English, 1m2f
  • "White Gloves," a drama in English, 3f

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Page mounted May 10, 1997, and updated July 9, 20, 25, 2003, by the Webmaster.



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