Conjunctions’ revolutionary theater issue spotlights what guest editor John Guare has identified as “an entire breed of playwrights out there doing work which is not part of any literary scene and never gets exposure to a reading public.” This collection is intended both to remedy that situation and to serve as a call for new excitations from these provocative artists of the page and stage.
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It’s an Undoing World or Why Should It Be Easy When It Can Be Hard?
The Sandalwood Box
The Mineola Twins, A Comedy in Six Scenes, Three Dreams and Five Wigs
The Dalai Lama Goes Three for Four
Antonia and Jane
Two Iphigenia Plays
Etiquette & Vitriol
From The Psychic Life of Savages
Divine Comedy South
You Belong to Me
Elegy for the House That Ruth Built
From Quills, a grand guignol
Insurrection: Holding History
Every Man Jack of You
Moon Under Miami, Scenes From a Play
Saved or Destroyed
Degas, C’est Moi