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Coates, Paul (British playwright, fiction, cinema and theatre scholar, 1953-____), “Three Years,”
a __-minute youth theatre comedy in English, set in _____, ____.
© 1991 by Paul Coates;
• in Paul Coates’ Two One-Act Plays (Burton Joyce, Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom: The Playwrights Publishing Co., 1991), ISBN 1-873130-05-8;
• script/rights available from The Playwrights Publishing Co., Liz Breeze and Tony Breeze, 70 Nottingham Road, Burton Joyce, Notts, NG14 5AL, United Kingdom, telephone 01159313356.
• Cited in Play Index, 1988-1992: An Index to 4,397 Plays, edited by Juliette Yaakov (____-____) and John Greenfieldt (____-____) (New York: The H. W. Wilson Company, 1993), ISSN 0554-3037, LCCN 64-1054, 542 pp.
_____ (m), _____; _____ (m), _____; _____ (f), _____; _____ (f), most recent girlfriend.
“It’s a long time to go without a girlfriend and we see in flashbacks both the hilarious and poignant lead-up to the separation from the last one.”—The Playwrights Publishing Co, http://www.geocities.com/playwrightspublishingco/playwrightsoneact.html, accessed July 21, 2001.
• “Comedy about dating and sex problems of man three years after divorce.”—Yaakov and Greenfieldt, p. 72.
• Paul Coates’ Two One-Act Plays is not to be confused with Jean Lenox Toddie’s Late Sunday Afternoon, Early Sunday Evening; and Is That the Bus to Pittsburgh?: Two One-act Plays (New York: Samuel French, c1994), ISBN 0573622655, LCCN 95-145555, 62 pp.
• Also, Paul Coates’ Two One-Act Plays is not to be confused with Femi Osofisan’s Two One-act Plays: The Oriki of a Grasshopper and Altine’s Wrath (Ibadan, Nigeria: New Horn Press, 1986), ISBN 9782266124 ), LCCN 87-462171, 90 pp.
• Also, Paul Coates’ Two One-Act Plays is not to be confused with Gabriel Marcel’s (1889-1973) Two One Act Plays, translation of Les points sur les i, and La double expertise into English by Katharine Rose Hanley, introduction by Jean-Marie and Anne Marcel (Lanham, MD: University Press of America, c1986), ISBN 0819150762, ISBN 0819150770, LCCN 85-22571 r964, 58 pp., including bibliographies.
• Also, Paul Coates’ Two One-Act Plays is not to be confused with Dilip Hiro’s Two One-act Plays: Apply, Apply, No Reply and A Clean Break (Calcutta, India: Writers Workshop; Thompson, Connecticut, U.S.A., sole agents in U.S. and Canada, 1978), LCCN 79-900436, 68 pp.
• Paul Coates BA, MA (Sussex), PhD (London) Principal Lecturer in Philosophy e-mail P.Coates@herts.ac.uk, telephone (01707) 28-5656, Room R323. “Paul Coates has recently completed a term of office as president of the Mind Association. Born in London, he took a first degree in Philosophy with Psychology at Sussex University, and went on to take an MA in Philosophy there. He taught philosophy part-time at various institutions, including the Open University and the City Literary Institute, and also taught chess, whilst completing his PhD at University College, London, before joining the University of Hertfordshire. He enjoys walking, curries, and juggling.”—Staff pages Paul Coats [sic], http://perseus.herts.ac.uk/uhinfo/index.cfm?42B354D6-AF1F-7E42-9306-E0E77B5B4B95, accessed November 26, 2006.
• Research could include Paul Coates’ “Socrates Schmocrates,” in which a naturalistic Socrates confronts the rest of the cast portraying the action more physically and funnily (7m or 7f).
celibacy, girlfriend, separation.
Other Plays by Paul Coates