One-Male-One-Female Plays


Baross, Jan (American playwright, video writer/producer, 1943- ),
"Mata Hari: Sketch of a Courtesan," a bare-stage drama, 1m1f (+offstage voice)
Bobkoff, Ned (American playwright and teacher/lecturer, 19__- )
"The Madness of the American Sentry,"a comedy, 1m1f
Campbell, Maria (Canadian playwright, 19__- ),
"One More Time," a comedy, 1m1f
Chapuseaux, Manuel (Dominican Republican playwright, actor, director, and teacher, 1954- )
"Esta era una vez . . . y dos son tres!" ["Once upon a time . . . and two are three!"], una fantasia popular para niños basada en cuentos tradicionales [a popular fantasy for children based on traditional stories], 1m1f
"La entrevista" [ "The Interview"], un drama en quince minutos [a fifteen-minute drama], 1m1f
Eisenstein, Linda (American playwright, 1950- ),
"Golden Gate," a 10-minute comedy-drama, 1m1f
Embler, Jeffrey B. (American playwright, social services specialist, 1933- ),
"Atlantic Crossing," a drama, 1m1f
Heniford, Lewis W. (American educator, author, director, playwright, 1928- )
"An Odious Damnéd Lie," a comedy-drama, 1m1f
Johnson, Chris (Canadian playwright, 1944- )
"Duet for a Schizophrenic," a drama, 1m1f
"Mirrors," a drama, 1m1f
Lashof, Carol S. (American playwright, educator, 1956- )
"The Story," a comedy, 1m1f
Levine, Stacey (American playwright, 19__- )
"The Post Office," a 34-minute comedy, 1m1f,
Perlman, Sandra (American playwright, 1944- ),
"And the Evening and the Morning Were the First Day," a 10-minute comedy, 1m1f
Peterson, Eric C. (American playwright/actor/director, 1970- ),
"Afterglow," a 20-to-25-minute comedy-drama, 1m1f
"Jackpot," a 10-minute comedy, 1m1f

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