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150 pp, large 8vo, hard cover in dust jacket. "Drawing on years of experience in conducting writing and theater workshops, (the authors) show you how to discover ideas in your imagination and experience that can be turned into plays. Beginning with warm-ups, the kinds of exercises used by professional actors, and proceeding to improvisation and various kinds of writing and drama, such as adaptations of stories and one-person shows, the Judys guide the beginning playwriter and actor through the staging of a full-length scripted play." Small purple star stamped on rear pastedown, very minor edge wear to boards. Dust jacket has light edge wear, light wrinkles at top/bottom of spine, two small tears/perforations at bottom of front panel - archivally taped. VG/VG-
Title: PUTTING ON A PLAY: A GUIDE TO WRITING AND PRODUCING NEIGHBORHOOD DRAMA.
Publisher: Charles Scribner, New York, (1982), Ist edition.:
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