COMPLETE[Plays] One Act Play Collection 010 - thw

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NemoR
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Post by NemoR » May 9th, 2017, 10:06 am

I would like to claim the following please:

44 State Senator Byrd

Thanks!

Nemo
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Life is very simple, but everyone seeks difficulty.”

bluechien
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Post by bluechien » May 9th, 2017, 10:18 am

and .... can I please claim?

45 Mrs State Senator Byrd

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Post by wib66 » May 9th, 2017, 1:00 pm

I have signed you both up to 44 and 45 thanks
Michele

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It's much better to do good in a way that no one knows anything about it. From Anna Karenina


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Post by NemoR » May 10th, 2017, 12:45 pm

Here is Mrs Byrds husband ... I mean Senator Byrd! ( we know who wears the pants in that family)!

https://librivox.org/uploads/toddhw/closethebook_senatorbyrd_glaspell.mp3

length is 1:24

Nemo
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“The Tao is very close, but everyone looks far away.
Life is very simple, but everyone seeks difficulty.”

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Post by wib66 » May 11th, 2017, 12:37 pm

NemoR wrote:Here is Mrs Byrds husband ... I mean Senator Byrd! ( we know who wears the pants in that family)!

https://librivox.org/uploads/toddhw/closethebook_senatorbyrd_glaspell.mp3

length is 1:24

Nemo
thank you for your sections
Michele

Family matters means I will be away for a while and will catch up on my return.
It's much better to do good in a way that no one knows anything about it. From Anna Karenina

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Post by ChuckW » May 15th, 2017, 11:28 am

Section 27 PL OK
Help Us Finish These Projects:
The Dream (Joanna Baillie)
The Book of American Negro Poetry (multiple authors)
The Vampire; or, The Bride of the Isles (J.R. Planché)

My computer died. Might be a little slow to respond.

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Post by ZamesCurran » May 16th, 2017, 7:59 am

May I read The Narrator in The People (24) and Close the Book (37)?
Truth,
James
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"A Day Well Spent" - (origin of "Hello Dolly", in One Act 11)

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Post by EikyTavie » May 17th, 2017, 9:49 am

what is BC?

also, is there a place where these abbreviations are explained at all? I'm unable to follow much of the conversation here because half the time the abbreviations are obscure..

Cheers.

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Post by ChuckW » May 17th, 2017, 2:27 pm

EikyTavie wrote:what is BC?

also, is there a place where these abbreviations are explained at all? I'm unable to follow much of the conversation here because half the time the abbreviations are obscure..

Cheers.
BC = Book Coordinator

For this project, each one act play has a single BC in charge of casting, proof listening, and editing.

A quick FAQ that might clarify a few things: viewtopic.php?f=18&t=219
Help Us Finish These Projects:
The Dream (Joanna Baillie)
The Book of American Negro Poetry (multiple authors)
The Vampire; or, The Bride of the Isles (J.R. Planché)

My computer died. Might be a little slow to respond.

EikyTavie
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Post by EikyTavie » May 17th, 2017, 2:32 pm

ChuckW wrote:
EikyTavie wrote:what is BC?

also, is there a place where these abbreviations are explained at all? I'm unable to follow much of the conversation here because half the time the abbreviations are obscure..

Cheers.
BC = Book Coordinator

For this project, each one act play has a single BC in charge of casting, proof listening, and editing.

A quick FAQ that might clarify a few things: viewtopic.php?f=18&t=219
I thank you chuck :)

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Post by RecordingPerson » May 19th, 2017, 2:36 am

I'm finding it difficult to find roles here. I'm in the UK, and I've worked out that I can't read any Susan Glaspell works until 2019. Some of the texts aren't searchable, and hence I can't see how big the roles are.

Are there any small roles that I (middle-aged male, British accent) could fill? I would rather have small roles with just a few lines at present. I would prefer not to add a new play, but help others finish their plays.

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Post by Kitty » May 19th, 2017, 2:47 am

RecordingPerson wrote:I'm finding it difficult to find roles here. I'm in the UK, and I've worked out that I can't read any Susan Glaspell works until 2019.
actually, as Glaspell is an American writer, I suppose the "rule of shorter term" applies here. It says that authors that are not European will fall under the copyright rules of the country they are in. As she is American, you don't have to wait for the 70-year-death period. That's how I understood this rule. Had she been British, you would not be allowed to read it, but as she is American, you are. (anybody tell me if I got this wrong :hmm: )
Some of the texts aren't searchable, and hence I can't see how big the roles are.

the archive text is searchable, but it's a bit tricky to get there:

> when you open the page, click on the "magnifier" icon on the right side next to the scanned book. It should open the book larger

> then on that page you can input your character name in the "search" function on the top right side. This should show you some results. It's not always 100% sure they are finding all the results due to bad scans, but it should give you a good approximation though.
Are there any small roles that I (middle-aged male, British accent) could fill? I would rather have small roles with just a few lines at present. I would prefer not to add a new play, but help others finish their plays.
I think all the workers of the magazine in the play The People should be fitting for your voice :)

Sonia

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Post by RecordingPerson » May 19th, 2017, 2:50 am

Thanks. I thought I found one book where search didn't work even after I clicked on the magnifier. I'll go back and check. (I think it was Glaspell's play, but may have that wrong.)

Tom the Printer might work for me if copyright permits.

EDIT: I get 'Sorry, there is an error with your search. Some text may still be processing.'

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Post by Kitty » May 19th, 2017, 2:57 am

RecordingPerson wrote:EDIT: I get 'Sorry, there is an error with your search. Some text may still be processing.'
true, I just tried it. How annoying. It's probably because of the scans. If you search for "printer" you will get results. You see at least where Tom shows up, so you can maybe browse those pages

I tried with Artist and he is searchable

Sonia

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