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Thursday, March 24, 2011

Plays and Playwrights of BTM XIII

Announcing the Plays and Playwrights of Boston Theater Marathon XIII

Doll Hospital by Jeanne Beckwith

Pentagon Mashed Potatoes by Cliff Blake

Rox-N, Miss Thang by Barbara Blumenthal-Ehrlich

Mad-Hatter’s Tea Party by Robert Brustein

Mirror Touch by Michael Burgan

Late, Lamented by Lynne Cullen

The Curator by Jennifer Diamond

Boy-Man by Diane Di Ianni

The Fudgicle Thief by Bill Doncaster

Procession by William Donnelly

Wasted Kisses by Thomas G. Dunn

Park ‘N’ Ride by Michael Ennis

A Ballad for Peggy by Stephen Faria

Oops by James C. Ferguson

Escape to Wonderland by Patrick Gabridge

Game On by Gary Garrison

Our Part to Change Things by Susan Goodell

Big Squirrel Lick by Gregory Hischak

10 Years After Paradise by Israel Horovitz

The Mouse by Colleen Hughes

Every Seven Seconds by Dan Hunter

Beep…Doot by Aaron Kagan & Seth Soulstein

Slugger by Terrence Kidd

M. Riverside by John J King

Little Boys by Margaret Lagerstedt

Crickets by Emily Kaye Lazzaro

Trust Fall by Steve Lewis

Stuck by Christopher Lockheardt

Downward Facing Dog by Melinda Lopez

Squirrelly by James McLindon

Teddy Ballgame by Caitlin Mitchell

Casting Amanda by Jack Neary

Share This World by Ronan Noone

Cat in a Box by Julian Olf

The Resurrections by Catherine M. O’Neill

Birdbaths, “Twilight”, and Other Sundry Topics by Rick Park

Backfire by Leslie Powell

Those Still Living by April Ranger

Open House by Theresa Rebeck

Camberwell House by Amelia Roper

Uncommon Ground by John R. Sarrouf

Bible Study by Daniel Sauermilch

There’s an App for That! by Richard Schotter

A Handy Man by March Schrader

Rogue River, Oregon by Phil Schroeder

Perfect Strangers by Peter Snoad

Welcome to the Hate Store by Jan Velco Soolman

Ms. Connections by Erin Striff

One More to Go in Beantown by Debbie Wiess

A Tall Order by Sheri Wilner


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