Other Plays by Albert M. Brown
Brown, Albert M. (aka A. M. Brown, American playwright, 19__-____), “Three Women,”
a __-minute comedy in English, set in a senior citizens housing project, U.S.A., 1972,
© 1972 by A. M. Brown;
• in A. M. Brown’s An Evening of One-Act Stagers for Golden Agers (New York: French, 1972), SF 7647;
• script/rights available from Samuel French, Inc., 25 West 45th Street, New York City, New York 10010-2751, U.S.A., telephone 212-206-8990, fax 212-206-1429; or 7623 Sunset Boulevard, Hollywood, California 90046-2795, U.S.A., telephone 213-876-0570, fax 213-876-6822; or 80 Richmond Street East, Toronto, Ontario M5C 1P1, Canada, telephone 416-363-3536, fax 416-363-1108; or Samuel French, Ltd., 52 Fitzroy Street, London W1P 6JR, England.
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“Three women residents in senior citizens housing project gossip during card game.”—Play Index 1968-1972: An Index to 3,848 Plays, edited by Estelle A. Fidell (New York: The H. W. Wilson Company, 1973), p. 34.
• Albert M. Brown, a prolific playwright, has multiple listings in the Library of Congress catalog.
• Not to be confused with Hugh Garner’s (1913-____) Three Women: A Trilogy of One-Act Plays (Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Simon & Pierre Publishing Company, Ltd.), ISBN 0969045544, containing “Some Are So Lucky,” “The Magnet,” “A Trip for Mrs. Taylor”). Also, not to be confused with Sylvia Plath’s Three Women: a Monologue for Three Voices, with an introductory note by Douglas Cleverdon (London: Turret Books, 1968), LCCN 76-377883 r79,
card game, gossip, housing project, resident, senior citizen.