Other Plays by Michael Bigelow Dixon
Other Plays by Valerie Smith
Dixon, Michael Bigelow (American playwright, 19__-____), and Valerie Smith (aka Val Smith, American playwright, editor, editor, 19__-____), “Blind Alleys,”
a 10-minute comedy in English, set in _____, 1990,
© 1990 by Michael Bigelow Dixon and Valerie Smith;
• in Michael Bigelow Dixon and Valerie Smith’s Big Trouble: Six 10-Minute Plays from Actors Theatre of Louisville and Walden Theatre, with a preface by Jon Jory (Schulenburg, Texas, U.S.A.: I. E. Clark Publications, 1990), 69 pp., ISBN 0886803241, LCCN 95214153;
• contact Michael Bigelow Dixon through Park Square Theatre, Historic Hamm Building, 20 West 7th Place, St. Paul, Minnesota 55102, U.S.A., telephone 651-291-7005, fax 651-291-9180;
• contact Valerie Smith through Messiah College, One College Avenue, Grantham, Pennsylvania 17027, U.S.A., telephone 717-766-2511x7386, fax 717-796-5248, e-mail email@example.com.
• Cited in 1/2/3/4 for the Show: A Guide to Small-Cast One-Act Plays, vol 1, (Lanham, Maryland, U.S.A.: The Scarecrow Press, 1995), ISBN 0810829851, 273 pp.
_____ (m), __, blind businessman; _____ (m), __, blind employee; _____ (f), __, blind employee; _____ (f), __, blind employee.
“A blind businessman leads his blind employees through an average work day that is not average. For this group, being blind seems to be more of an asset than a liability.”—BIG TROUBLE by Michael Bigelow Dixon & Valerie Smith, http://www.ieclark.com/plays/bigtrble.html, accessed February 28, 2008.
Valerie Rae Smith, Chair, Department of Theatre, Messiah College, One College Avenue, Grantham, Pennsylvania 17027, U.S.A., telephone 717-766-2511, "joined the faculty in 2000. She received her BA in Theatre/Education from Taylor University, Her MA from Miami University, and her Ph.D. in Theatre History, Literature and Criticism from Tufts University. As a practitioner, Valerie is a member of The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, The Association for Theatre in Higher Education and the American Society for Theatre Research. In addition to teaching theatre at Tufts University and Boston College, Valerie served as Artistic Director for Circles of Girls, a pilot performing arts program for at-risk adolescents in Boston. Valerie teaches theatre history; dramatic literature, criticism and theory; gender and performance studies; acting, and directs in a variety of theatrical genres." Messiah College: Department of Theatre, http://www.messiah.edu/departments/theatre/faculty/smith.html, accessed April 5, 2008.
blind, employer-employee relationship, leadership, work day.