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  • The Rotuman playwright and now film-maker Vilisoni Hereniko was actively involved with play-writing and producing plays at USP in the 80s.

    EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Kaaron Warren

  • The post about the Three Minute Theater contest was inspired by my crossover compatriot Thom Holbrook, who has entered a play-writing competition.

    MUSEUM PIECE - 04/01/10

  • And your word “enchantment” rings the bells: The aesthetic experience is inarticulable; or, as a really bad play-writing teacher who kicked me out the 2nd day of class used to say, “If you want to send a message, use Western Union.”

    Panel 3: Clarity & Obscurity: The Uses and Misuses : Ange Mlinko : Harriet the Blog : The Poetry Foundation

  • You could be Great Britains first play-writing prime minister.

    Kate Morton Ebook Collection

  • Poetic Obituaries: Sidney Sheldon, who started his writing career at age 10 by selling a poem for $10 in his native Chicago, began his play-writing career in college, contributing short plays to drama groups at Northwestern University.

    Poetic Obituaries: [Sidney] Sheldon, who started his writing

  • You give four satisfackary reazns that the play is bad (the secknd is naught, — for your no such chicking at play-writing, this being the forth).

    The Memoirs of Mr. Charles J. Yellowplush

  • But you must remember, that I had been alone, play-writing in Lympne, for fourteen days, and my compunction for his ruined walk still hung about me.

    First Men in the Moon

  • It occurred to me that I would like to know more of this research, not with any dishonest intention, but simply with an idea that to know what it was would be a relief from play-writing.

    First Men in the Moon

  • This occurred on the first day of my sojourn, when my play-writing energy was at its height and I regarded the incident simply as an annoying distraction — the waste of five minutes.

    First Men in the Moon

  • Speaking of one of my favorite playwrights, the _xXx squared_ working title for the film, honestly director obviously learned from Aleksandr Pushkin's famous adage of play-writing "If a gun is placed on the mantelpiece in the first act, it must be fired by the end of the second act", except in this case it's a sign in a ship below-decks corridor while Ice Cube is walking, and you only have to wait one scene.

    eh, and stick insects, arachnids, and rats

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