Almost Two Many
Other Plays by Joseph Baldwin
Baldwin, Joseph (American playwright, 19__-____), “Almost Two Many,”
a __-minute farce in English, set in _____, ____,
© 1962 by Joseph Baldwin;
• in Joseph Baldwin’s Almost Two Many, acting edition (Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.: Dramatic Publishing Company, 1962), publishing address Dramatic Publishing Company, 311 Washington Street, Woodstock, Illinois 60098-3308, U.S.A.;
• script/rights available from Dramatic Publishing Company, e-mail CustomerService@dpcplays.com, http://www.dramaticpublishing.com/, United States telephone 800-448-7469, fax 800-334-5302, all other countries telephone 815-338-7170, fax 815-338-8981.
“Twin sisters and two married couples mistake each other’s identity at railroad station.” — Play Index 1961-1967: An Index to 4,793 Plays, edited by Estelle A. Fidell (New York: The H. W. Wilson Company, 1968), p. 19.
• “Dr. Baldwin's play, A Deed from the King of Spain, had a dynamic and successful Off-Broadway run and his outstanding original screenplay,
Engine 8444, was produced by the Nebraska Educational Television Network. His poetry has been published internationally in Prairie Schooner, Harper's, The Poetry Review'' and others. His Plays have been published by Samuel French.”—Fidell.
• “Dr. Joseph Baldwin was born in the great state of Texas and spent the greater effort of his life exploring Playwriting, Poetry and the undiscovered beauties of the world around him. As a tenured faculty member of the University of Nebraska at Lincoln in the Department of Theatre Arts for over thirty years, Dr. Baldwin taught generations of students how to build plays and construct successful lives through the Classics.”—Joseph Baldwin's Biography, http://goinside.com/biography/baldwin.html, accessed July 23, 2004.
Research could include Joseph Baldwin's "Producing New Plays in the University Theatre," Educational Theatre Journal, Vol. 7, No. 1 (Mar., 1955), pp. 22-26.
mistaken identity, railroad station, twin.