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The Gorges Motel - Collection / Anthology, Dramatic Comedy

The Gorges Motel

James Hindman, Gretchen Cryer, Arlene Hutton, Craig Pospisil, Lynne Halliday, Isaac Himmelman

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Collection / Anthology, Dramatic Comedy

ISBN: 9780822236481

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Collection / Anthology

Dramatic Comedy

THE STORIES: Lives intersect in comic and dramatic fashion in a motel that has seen better days in Watkins Glen, New York. Break-ups and a wedding, a rapping reverend and a drone attack, the ridiculous and the sublime all come together in one unlikely place. THE GORGES MOTEL is comprised of the short plays MISSING by James Hindman, KISSING COUSINS by Craig Pospisil, WHAT LOLA SAW by Isaac Himmelman, REVEREND and SECOND CHANCE by Lynne Halliday, BRECKENRIDGE by Gretchen Cryer, and HERE COMES THE DRONE by Arlene Hutton.
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James Hindman

James Hindman: Most recent: MULTIPLE FAMILY DWELLING (New Jersey Rep.), POPCORN FALLS (Theatre Nova), THE BIKINIS (Long Wharf Theatre), BY THE NUMBERS (SCT Theatre) . Off Broadway; PETE ‘N’ KEELY (Outer Critics Award nomination, two Drama Desk nominations, Pub. Samuel French); A CHRISTMAS SURVIVAL GUIDE (Pub. Samuel French); THE AUDIENCE (Transport Group, Drama Desk nomination); BEING AUDREY ... view full profile

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Arlene Hutton

Arlene Hutton

Arlene Hutton is a member of New Dramatists and a MacDowell Colony fellow. She is the author of Last Train to Nibroc (2000 New York Drama League Best Play nomination) and the Shaker drama As It Is In Heaven, both of which were selected for Smith & Kraus Best Women Playwrights anthologies. A four-time Heideman Award finalist and a three-time Samuel French Short Play Festival winner, her New ... view full profile

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Craig Pospisil

Craig Pospisil

Craig Pospisil is the author of Months on End, Somewhere in Between, Life is Short, and the collection Choosing Sides, published by Dramatists Play Service. Months on End received its world premiere at the Purple Rose Theatre Company, and has since had dozens of productions around the country as well as in Australia and Hong Kong. Somewhere in Between premiered at Detroit Repertory Theatre and has ... view full profile

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