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Sands, Stephanie (Australian playwright, 1968-____), “My Secret Place,”

a drama in English,

2f,

  •  © 1995 by Stephanie Sands;  •  in Stephanie Sands’ Blurb—the Story of Her (Leeton New South Wales, Australia: The Author, 1995);  •  script/rights available from Stephanie Sands, 16 Elberta Street, Leeton, NSW 2705, Australia, telephone (Std Australian Code) 069 533208. Cited by Stephanie Sands to present author via e-mail December 12, 1995; Sands says,

  §  Dramatis Personae ________ (f), longtime friend; ________ (f), longtime friend.

  §  Synopsis “Laced with the lyrics of Joni Mitchell, two women trace their friendship together over the years.”

  §  Comment “Mitchell, Joni (b. Roberta Joan Anderson, 1943-____) singer, songwriter; born in Fort McLeod, Alberta, Canada. Emerging in the 1960s as one of the more sensitive of the folk/ballad singers, she wrote most of her own lyrics and music and had several hits such as ‘The Circle Game’ (1966), ‘Both Sides Now’ (1967), and ‘Woodstock’ (1969). During the 1970s she toured and produced best-selling albums such as Ladies of the Canyon (1971), and began adding pop and jazz elements to her style. This new phase was not well received, and in the 1980s she went back to her original style of poetic-personal songs, which by then had influenced a whole generation of women singers.”—Biography.com, http://www.biography.com, accessed May 19, 1998.

  §  Themes friendship, longtime relationship, lyrics, Mitchell (Joni Mitchell, Canadian songwriter, singer, musician, poet, painter, b. November 7, 1943).

See also Stephanie Sands’

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