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  • Leanna Renee Hieber is a actress and playwrightwho hasadapted several works of19th Centuryliteraturefor the stage, and her one-act playshave been produced around the country.

    Fantastic Fiction at KGB » 2010 » May

  • A small one-act play about two Iraq War veterans reuniting on New Year's Eve had gone from an Off-Broadway stage to becoming an award-winning short film which eventually premiered online via the Huffington Post.

    K. Lorrel Manning and Michael Cuomo: SXSW World Premiere and Vets Screening With Elvis

  • The one-act production is being staged in the opera house's Linbury Studio Theatre, a small basement venue that features experimental work at affordable prices.

    Pilgrimage Into a Dark Night of the Soul

  • Meanwhile, the set never changes, as the one-act tragedy unfurls in a single dramatic gust.

    'Elektra' Electrifies in Madrid

  • As the collective title signals, Puccini's Il Trittico is a triptych, a carefully paced sequence of one-act operas, Il Tabarro, Suor Angelica and Gianni Schicchi, that produces an evening of sharply contrasting entertainment.

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  • We bounced various ideas off of each other, and I ended up writing a one-act play called "Sex With Ivan" as a result of our conversations.

    Free Fiction February: "A Study in Emerald" by Neil Gaiman

  • The company's recent programming, especially "Monodramas," a triple bill of one-act operas, has received enthusiastic critical reception.

    City Opera Ponders Cuts, Suspends Season

  • Schirmer/Berliner Exterior view of the Philharmonie Berlin; Next weekend, in the kick-off event of this year's Easter Festival, Sir Simon will conduct a landmark German work for the first time—Richard Strauss's "Salome," the 1905 one-act opera, which proved to be the great transition between Romanticism and Modernism.

    A Classical Life in Allegro

  • It should have been the highlight of a one-act ballet at the end of a gala evening devised to boost the morale of an audience of White Russian troops, but it was a disaster.

    Dan Edelstyn: My quest for the family spirit

  • I was 15 when I saw my first: Il Trittico, Puccini's great triple bill of one-act operas, at the Royal Opera House.

    'Opera has never been more alive' | Simon Callow

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