Zachary, Saul (American playwright, screenwriter, 1934-____), “Glass,”
a 35-minute drama in English, set in _____, ____,
© ____ by Saul Zachary; • in Saul Zachary’s Glass (Odessa, Texas, U.S.A.: Brooklyn Publishers, ____), ISBN 1600031153; • script/rights available from Brooklyn Publishers, 1841 Cord Street, Odessa, Texas 79762, U.S.A., telephone (toll free) 888-473-8521, (work) 432-550-5532, fax 432-368-0340, e-mail email@example.com.
_____ (m), __, matinee idol; _____ (m), __, _____; _____ (f), __, _____; _____ (f), __, _____.
“. . . [A] fatigued matinee idol on the verge of a nervous breakdown comes home one day from his long-running Broadway hit and discovers an audience watching him through the plate glass window of his high-rise apartment.
“Unit set. An excellent Twilight Zone-type play.”—Brooklyn Publishers, http://www.brookpub.com/product_info.php?manufacturers_id=166&products_id=541, accessed May 3, 2006. • “[Saul Zachary] has had his plays produced in theatres in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. His screenplay ‘Only in New York’ has been optioned by Blackhorse Productions. He is co-founder/artistic director of Manhattan Playwrights Unit and Grand Mal Theatre, and former co-founder/artistic director of Playwrights Platform, Boston. His work is published in ‘The Best Short Plays’ series and in ‘A Grand Entrance.’ His awards include NEA, CAPS, CBS-TV and Massachusetts Arts and Humanities fellowships. . . . B.A., Brooklyn College; M.A., Smith College. He has taught play and film writing at The Writer's Voice in NYC, Smith College [Northampton, Massachusetts, U.S.A.] and the University of South Florida in Tampa [Florida, U.S.A.].”—Membership Biography, http://126.96.36.199/doc/bios/6656.htm, accessed August 14, 2003.
audience, Broadway hit, matinee idol, nervous breakdown, voyeurism.