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Habeas Corpus

By Bennett, Alan

London: Faber and Faber, 1973. acting version. glued wraps. very good, clean, tight, & attractive. glued wraps; b/w photographic wraps; 75 pp.

$10.00

The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940

By Bishop, John

New York: Dramatists Play Service, 1987. acting version. Staplebound. very good; ink mark on front wrap; all else-clean, tight, & attractive.. stapled wraps; 80 pp + two pages of other titles for sale; includes: original cast list, property list, costume list, and set diagram.

$10.00

Oleanna

By Mamet, David

New York: Dramatists Play Service, 1992. acting version. Staplebound. fine; as unread. stapled wraps; 49 pp + several pages of other titles for sale;

$10.00

Rhinoceros

By Ionesco, Eugene (translated by Derek Prouse)

New York: Samuel French. acting edition. Wraps. good-pencil & ink annotations; all else-clean, tight, & attractive.. glued wraps; 135 pp; includes text of drama; furniture & property list & scene designs.

$15.00

Julius Caesar

By Shakespeare, William; edited for reading and arranged for staging by Orson Welles and Roger Hill.

New York: Harper & Brothers, 1934. later printing. Hardcover. Very Good-no dj; some underlining in text. all else-clean, tight, & attractive.. 8 vo; teal boards; illust. endpapers; 63 pgsl; b/w illust. throughout.

$35.00

The Ninety-Day Mistress

By Coyle, J. J.

New York: Samuel French, 1969. acting version. Wraps. Very Good; ex-lib (university); light soil to wraps; all else-clean, tight, & attractive.. orange wraps; 91 pgs.; includes property list

$15.00

Virgil and Caesar

By Warner, Francis

Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe Ltd., 1993. First edition. Hardcover. Fine in Fine DJ-clean, tight, & attractivie; all else-clean, tight, & attractive; dj protected by new Mylar wrap.. 8 vo; purple boards; 95 pgs.; 16 pgs. of color photographs of the production; purple dust jacket with photograph of a bust of Caesar. inscribed by the author on the title page. includes two contemporary reviews; inscribed to Kenneth by the author on the title page.

$18.00

The Lights Are Warm and Coloured
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The Lights Are Warm and Coloured

By Norfolk, William

London: Samuel French, 1980. Acting Version. Original Wraps. Very Good; light rubbing to top front wrap; all else-clean, tight, & attractive.. Clean, Tight, and Attractive. 58 pages. Includes original cast in the City Players of St. Louis, 1969, Effects Plot, furniture and property list, lighting plot.

$15.00

A Patriot for Me

By Osborne, John

Chicago: Dramatic Publishing Co., 1965. acting version. Original Wraps. very good; ex-lib (university) with usual markings & expected imperfections; all else-clean, tight, & attractive. . 12 mo; wraps; acting version;168 pp.

$70.00

My Friend Irma

By Reach, James

New York: Samuel French, 1951. acting verson. ex-lib with usual markings & expected imperfections; all else-clean, tight, & attractive.. Jack Seidel. wraps stapled; 87 pages; staging diagram based on the famous CBS radio series originated by Cy Howard.

$40.00

Purlie

By Davis, Ossie

New York: Samuel French, 1971. acting version. Staplebound Wraps. ex-lib with usual markings & expecting imperfections.. 71 pages; includes costume plot & staging diagram. musical based on the the play Purlie Victorious; lyrics by Peter Udell, music by Gary Geld; Book by Davis-Rose-Udell.

$30.00

Who killed Santa Claus? a play

By Feely, Terence

London: New York: French, 1971. Wraps. Very good; Ex-lib with usual markings & expected imperfections; all else-clean, tight, & attractive.. glued wraps; 62 pp; includes: original cast list from Piccadilly production 1970 featuring Honor Blackman, furniture and property list, lighting plot, effects plot.

$15.00

Aunt Tillie Goes to Town!

By Braun, Wilbur

New York: Samuel French, 1937. acting version. Staplebound Wraps. ex-lib with usual markings & expected imperfections; all else-clean, tight, & attractive.. 123 pages; includes publicity notes, staging diagram, & ads for other plays.

$15.00

No Sex, Please---We're British

By Marriott, Anthony, and Foot, Alistair

London: New York: French, 1973. glued wraps. Very good. No dust jacket as issued. light rubbing to edges.CLEAN, TIGHT, & ATTRACTIVE. trade paperback; 78 pp; includes original Strand cast, b/w photo of stage set, furniture & property list, lighting plot, effects plot.

$20.00

Tammy Tell Me True

By Sumner, Cid Ricketts

Chicago: Dramatic Publishing Co., 1961. acting version. Wraps. ex-lib (university) with usual markings & expected imperfections; all else-clean, tight, & attractive.. 12 mo; 86 pp; dramatized by Anne coulter Martens from the book by Cid Ricketts Sumner.

$100.00

A Going Concern
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A Going Concern

By Jeffreys, Stephen

LONDON: NICK HERN, 1993. Trade pb. AS UNREAD; CLEAN, TIGHT, & ATTRACTIVE.. trade pb; 80 pgs.

$12.00

The Richard Mansfield Acting Version of Peer Gynt

By Mansfield, Richard, And Henrik Ibsen

CHICAGO: Reilly & Britton, 1901. Hard cover. Good. No dust jacket. BOARDS MODERATELY SOILED; FRONTIS REMOVED; RUBBING TO SPINE ENDS & CORNERS; TEXT IS VG.. 8 vo; teal boards with black & red lettering; rough cut pages; 173 pgs.; frontispiece b/w portrait of Richare Mansfield.

$8.00

Three Plays By Padraic Colum

By Colum, Padraic

DUBLIN: ALLEN FIGGIS, 1963. Hard cover. EX-LIB WITH USUAL MARKINGS & EXPECTED IMPERFECTIONS; ALL ELSE-CLEAN, TIGHT, & ATTRACTIVE; DJ PROTECTED BY NEW MYLAR WRAP.. 18 mo; black boards with gilt lettering; color dj; 188 pps.; preface [1-8] by author An Chomhairle Ealaion Series of Irish Authors Number Three.

$14.00

Papa, an Amorality in Three Acts

By Akins, ZoÎ

New York: M. Kennerley, 1913. Hard cover. Very Good. No dust jacket. CLEAN, TIGHT, & ATTRACTIVE.. A play that seems amusing on the surface, but which yields a social satire about family life.

$20.00

Jig Saw

By Powell, Dawn

New York: Farrar & Rinehart, 1934. First edition. Very Good; no dj. light rubbing to spine ends & corners; moderate fading of spine. All else-clean, tight, & attractive.. 12 mo, 182 pages; green boards with yellow title & spine lettering; contains the information from the program of the first New York performance of Jig Saw at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre on April 30, 1934. includes the cast of characters; stars were Ernest Truex and Spring Byigton. P-7710 a rare find of this neglected author & playwright. She wrote 16 novels, 10 plays & poetry. She was friends with Dos Passos and Hemingway. It was common knowledge that she had a long affair with Joh Howard Lawson. Diana Trilling said of her, "She's our best answer to the famiiar question, ' Who really says the funny things for which Dorothy Parker gets credit."

$200.00

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