Other Plays by W. Keith Leonard
Other Plays by Maruxa Vilalta
Other Plays by Mario T. Soria
Vilalta, Maruxa (Mexican playwright, translator from Spanish into English, ____-____), W. Keith Leonard (American playwright, editor, translator from Spanish into English, ____-____), and Mario T. Soria (_______, playwright, theatre historian of Bolivia and critic, translator from Spanish into English), “Number 9,”
a __-minute play in English, set in a small yard surrounded by a cement wall behind a large factory, México, possibly 1966,
(1m is a boy)
© 1973 by Maruxa Vilalta, W. Keith Leonard, and Mario T. Soria;
• in The Best Short Plays 1973, edited by Stanley Richards (1918-____) (Radnor, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.: Chilton Book Company, 1973), ISBN 0801955890, OCLC: 8025166, containing “Double Solitaire,” by Robert Anderson; “Chinamen,” by Michael Frayn; “Circus Lady,” by Jason Miller; “What Use Are Flowers?,” by Lorraine Hansberry; “Tira Tells Everything There Is to Know About Herself,” by Michael Weller; “Tigers,” by Kendrew Lascelles; “Gordone Is a Muthah,” by Charles Gordone; “The Ragpickers,” by Norman Smythe; “Sam Spade is Missing,” by Bill Morrison; “The Colonial Dudes,” by Martin Duberman; “High Summer,” by Terence Rattigan; “Number 9,” by Maruxa Vilalta;
• scripts for amateur productions available from Chilton Book Company, Chilton Way, Radnor, Pennsylvania 19089, U.S.A.; * rights inquiries regarding professional productions to author in care of publisher;
• contact Dr. Mario T. Sori, Drake University, P.O. Box 23007, Des Moines, Iowa 50325, U.S.A., telephone 800-443-7253, fax 515-225-0196.
• Cited in Play Index 1973-1977: An Index to 3,848 Plays, edited by Estelle A. Fidell (New York: The H. W. Wilson Company, 1978), ISSN 0554-3037, LCCN 64-1054, p. 343.
_____ (m), factory worker; _____ (m), factory worker; _____ (m), boy, _____.
“Two men discuss their dreary existences as regimented factory workers.”—Fidell, 343.
A Drake University (2507 University Avenue, Des Moines, Iowa 50311, U.S.A., telephone 800-44-DRAKE, 515-271-2011) release says, “Mario T. Soria, professor emeritus of Spanish, was invited last April to participate in the Santa Cruz de la Sierra International Theater Festival in Bolivia. The Mayor's Cultural Office of Santa Cruz published Soria's second volume titled History of Bolivian Theater 1980-1999. The book was presented by the mayor of Santa Cruz and other governmental officials at a special public ceremony. Cowles Library has received two copies for the Faculty Special Collection.—On Campus Faculty/Staff Notes, http://www.drake.edu/oncampus/archive/100199/facstaff.html, accessed May 12, 2006.
• Research could include Maruxa Vilalta’s La ultima letra: monologo (México: B. Costa-Amic, 1960), LCCN 61-32611;
• also, research could include Maruxa Vilalta’s 5 obras de teatro / Maruxa. Vilalta (México: Secretaría de Educación Pública. Subsecretaría de Asuntos Culturales, 1970), 227 pp.
dreariness, factory, regimentation, work.