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ROAD KILL [10-minute play] to be published by Smith & Kraus, a theatrical trade publisher, in an anthology of ten-minute plays entitled THE BEST TEN-MINUTE PLAYS 2009. Retail price: $19.95. Estimated date of publication: Winter, 2009-10.

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3 GUYS IN DRAG SELLING THEIR STUFF [full-length] (St. Petersburg, FL, Club Nautico's Crown Theatre.
Produced by Gypsy Productions, Inc. June 19 - July 19 2009)

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TALES FROM DARKEST SUBURBIA [full-length] (Denver, CO, Staged Reading June 17, 2009, Denver Victorian Theatre.
Sponsored by the Colorado Theatre Guild)

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3 GUYS IN DRAG SELLING THEIR STUFF [full-length] (Denver, CO, Aurora Fox Studio Theatre,
produced by Next Stage Theatre Company, April--May 2009)


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TALES FROM DARKEST SUBURBIA [full-length] (Riverfront Playhouse, Aurora, IL, March 20 through April 25)


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3 GUYS IN DRAG SELLING THEIR STUFF[full-length] (Glasgow, Scotland, Upstage Theatre Productions, March - April 2009.)


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3 GUYS IN DRAG SELLING THEIR STUFF [full-length] (Beowulf Alley Theatre, Tucson, AZ, Feb--March 2009)


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CIVIL UNIONIZED [one-act] (Ft. Worth, Texas, February,2009)

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VAMPYRE HOLIDAY [one-act] (Vintage Theatre, DENVER, CO, World Premiere December 2008)


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Essay, "On the Art of Playwriting," is published in the Nov. 2008 issue of The Loop.

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ROAD KILL [one-act] (Berea , KY, World Premiere August 2008)

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DESERT DEVILS [full-length] (Theatre 10 Amarillo, TX, World Premiere June 2008)

Desert Devils
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DESERT DEVILS [full-length] (Vintage Theatre Denver, CO, Staged Reading May 21,2008.
Sponsored by the Colorado Theatre Guild)

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AH, SHUCKS! is published as part of "Young Women's Monologues from Contemporary Plays #2"
by Meriwether Press and is available in bookstores everywhere, April 2008

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FLOWERS OUT OF SEASON [full-length] (Chicago, IL Jan. - Feb. 2008)

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TOUGH COOKIES is published and now available through Samuel French, Inc., January 2008

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PEOPLE*S Theater of Chicago will provide two opportunities for theater goers, playwrights, actors and area performers to meet and engage in a talkback with Flowers Out of Season playwright Edward Crosby Wells on Thursday, January 10th and on Opening Night, Friday January 11th.

Edward Crosby Wells' FLOWERS OUT OF SEASON*
Presented by People's Theater of Chicago
At the: EP Theater 1820 S. Halsted, Chicago

Directed by Madrid St. Angelo
Featuring Kristina Klemetti, Gerardo Cardenas, and Remy O'Brien
Assistant Director: Jason A. Fleece
Stage Manager: Jennifer Beth Hayes
Set Design: Jorge Felix

Jan 11 - Feb 3, 2008 at 7:30 PM
Price: $25
Box Office: 773-371-1868
http://www.peoplestheaterchicago.org

"I think I have just seen the future of American Theatre."
—Michael Bourne, Circle Repertory Company

"Spiritually barren lives given meaning by fundamentalist religion. Comfortable lifestyles devoid of passion. And the finality of the gun. All reflect what happened to American values . . . and they form the subject of Edward Crosby Wells’ challenging new play, Flowers out of Season . . . one of the best things this innovative theater has done."
—Jeff Bradley, Denver Post

A young couple, Buck and Dawn, in Southern New Mexico have fallen on hard times. They are America’s working poor—lost in a faltering social and healthcare system. We meet them early one morning on the day that will change their lives forever. Their conversation reveals the political, religious and social underpinnings of the disenfranchised in America. Later that same day Buck meets Daisy, a middle-aged woman twice his age. They come together for a steamy, dangerous and frightening afternoon encounter. The tension erupts into the unleashing of Nature's fury, perhaps brought about through the power of magic. Sensuous and seductive, the plot’s twists and turns lead to a shattering conclusion.

* This play contains violence, sexual themes and language.

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"In a dusty town in New Mexico salvation is a stranger."




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LEOTA RUTH and A WOMAN ON THE MOON in Young Women’s Monologs from Contemporary Plays
available in bookstores and libraries everywhere.

Volume II (includes AH, SHUCKS!) is also available everywhere.

TOUGH COOKIES is now available through Samuel French, Inc.

Purchase all my plays from The Internet Theatre Bookshop: www.stageplays.com

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