Gemini (play)
Gemini is a play by Albert Innaurato.
Set in the backyard of a blue collar South Philadelphia neighborhood early in the summer of 1973, the comedy-drama focuses on the 21st birthday celebration of...
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Ghost Trio (play)
Ghost Trio is a television play, written in English by Samuel Beckett. It was written in 1975, taped in October 1976 and the first broadcast was on BBC2 on 17 April 1977 as part of the Lively Arts pro...
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Landscape of the Body
Landscape Of The Body is a two-act play by John Guare, written in 1977.
The play is episodic and non-linear, as it travels back and forth in time. The plot centers around a woman named Betty, whos...
Abigail's Party
Abigail's Party is a play for stage and television devised and directed in 1977 by Mike Leigh. It is a suburban situation comedy of manners, and a satire on the aspirations and tastes of the new middl...
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The Mysteries
The Mysteries is a version of the medieval English mystery plays presented at London's National Theatre in 1977. The cycle of three plays tells the story of the Bible from the creation to the last jud...
The Water Engine
The Water Engine is a play by David Mamet that centers on the violent suppression of a disruptive alternative energy technology.
Charles Lang works at a menial job at a factory and lives with his ...
Vieux Carré (play)
Vieux Carré is a play by Tennessee Williams. It is an autobiographical play set in New Orleans. Although he began writing it shortly after moving to New Orleans in 1938, it wasn't completed until near...
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Remembrance (play)
Derek Alton Walcott, OBE OCC (born 23 January 1930) is a Saint Lucian poet and playwright. He received the 1992 Nobel Prize in Literature. He is currently Professor of Poetry at the University of Ess...
The Club (1980 film)
The Club is a satirical play by Australian playwright David Williamson. It follows the fortunes of an Australian rules football club over the course of a season, and explores the clashes of individual...
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Living Quarters
Living Quarters is a play written by Brian Friel and first performed in the Abbey Theatre in Dublin, Ireland, in 1977.
Living Quarters is a memory play set in a soldier's home in Donegal, near Fri...
Uncommon Women and Others
Uncommon Women and Others (1977), is the first play by noted 20th century American playwright Wendy Wasserstein.
The play was initially produced at Yale University in 1975, as Wasserstein's master...
Once a Catholic
Once a Catholic is a play by Mary O'Malley.Once a Catholic was a comedy first performed at The Royal Court Theatre in 1977, directed by Mike Ockrent. It concerns a retrospective view of the values of ...
A Life in the Theatre
A Life in the Theatre is a 1977 play by David Mamet.It focuses on the relationship between two actors, the play's only characters. One, Robert, is a stage veteran while John is a young, promising acto...
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Middle-Age Spread
Middle-Age Spread is a 1977 play written by New Zealand playwright Roger Hall that premiered at the Circa Theatre in Wellington, New Zealand. The play was later staged at the London West End Lyric The...
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Bleacher Bums
Bleacher Bums is a 1977 play written collaboratively by members of Chicago's Organic Theater Company, from an idea by actor Joe Mantegna. Its original Chicago production was directed by Stuart Gordon...
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The First Miracle of the Infant Jesus
The First Miracle of the Infant Jesus is a monologue by Dario Fo, recipient of the 1997 Nobel Prize in Literature.It was originally published in Italian language as Il primo miracolo di Gesù Bambino i...
Epsom Downs (play)
Epsom Downs is a 1977 play by Howard Brenton. Taking its name from the racecourse at which it is set, the play presents a panorama of race-goers, horse-owners, bookies, jockeys, etc. on Derby Day 1977...
Touched (play)
Touched is a play by English playwright Stephen Lowe.The play opened at the Nottingham Playhouse on 9 June 1977, directed by Richard Eyre. It was revived at the Royal Court in January 1981, in a new ...
Stevie (play)
Stevie is a 1977 play by Hugh Whitemore, about the life of poet Stevie Smith. The play was filmed in 1978 by Robert Enders, with Glenda Jackson, Mona Washbourne, Alec McCowen and Trevor Howard.
Br...