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Collects for the first time major lesbian plays from controversial cultural perspectives, spanning more than a generation of work in varied theatrical styles, and representing an amazing gamut of lesbian politics from all over America. Includes: • The Quintessential Image, by Jane Chambers (introduced by Nancy Dean) • I'll Be Home Para La Navidad, by Janis Astor del Valle ( Collects for the first time major lesbian plays from controversial cultural perspectives, spanning more than a generation of work in varied theatrical styles, and representing an amazing gamut of lesbian politics from all over America. Includes: • The Quintessential Image, by Jane Chambers (introduced by Nancy Dean) • I'll Be Home Para La Navidad, by Janis Astor del Valle (introduced by Dolores Prida) • The Postcard, by Gloria Joyce Dickler (introduced by Bobbi Ausubel) • Springtime, by Maria Irene Fornes (introduced by Assunta Kent) • Amazon All-Stars, by Carolyn Gage & Sue Carney (introduced by Bonnie Morris) • A Lady and a Woman, by Shirlene Holmes (introduced by Willa J. Taylor) • Small Domestic Acts, by Joan Lipkin (introduced by Stacy Wolf) • Nasty Rumors and Final Remarks, by Susan Miller (introduced by Tish Dace) • Sisters, by Patricia Montley (introduced by Madonne Miner) • The Dissident, by Canyon Sam (introduced by Toni Press, Victoria Rue, & Judy Schavrien) • The Lodger, by Joan Schenkar (introduced by Vivian Patraka & Annette Wannamaker) • Willa Willie Bill's Dope Garden, by Megan Terry (introduced by Nancy Hellner) • Desdemona, by Paula Vogel (introduced by Jill Dolan)


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Collects for the first time major lesbian plays from controversial cultural perspectives, spanning more than a generation of work in varied theatrical styles, and representing an amazing gamut of lesbian politics from all over America. Includes: • The Quintessential Image, by Jane Chambers (introduced by Nancy Dean) • I'll Be Home Para La Navidad, by Janis Astor del Valle ( Collects for the first time major lesbian plays from controversial cultural perspectives, spanning more than a generation of work in varied theatrical styles, and representing an amazing gamut of lesbian politics from all over America. Includes: • The Quintessential Image, by Jane Chambers (introduced by Nancy Dean) • I'll Be Home Para La Navidad, by Janis Astor del Valle (introduced by Dolores Prida) • The Postcard, by Gloria Joyce Dickler (introduced by Bobbi Ausubel) • Springtime, by Maria Irene Fornes (introduced by Assunta Kent) • Amazon All-Stars, by Carolyn Gage & Sue Carney (introduced by Bonnie Morris) • A Lady and a Woman, by Shirlene Holmes (introduced by Willa J. Taylor) • Small Domestic Acts, by Joan Lipkin (introduced by Stacy Wolf) • Nasty Rumors and Final Remarks, by Susan Miller (introduced by Tish Dace) • Sisters, by Patricia Montley (introduced by Madonne Miner) • The Dissident, by Canyon Sam (introduced by Toni Press, Victoria Rue, & Judy Schavrien) • The Lodger, by Joan Schenkar (introduced by Vivian Patraka & Annette Wannamaker) • Willa Willie Bill's Dope Garden, by Megan Terry (introduced by Nancy Hellner) • Desdemona, by Paula Vogel (introduced by Jill Dolan)

26 review for Amazon All-Stars: Thirteen Lesbian Plays: With Essays and Commentary

  1. 5 out of 5

    Sandra Helen

    This collection of plays by Lesbian Playwrights is amazing. (Full disclosure: One of my own plays was a finalist for this collection, but didn’t make the final cut.) Jane Chambers, Maria Irene Fornes, Megan Terry, Paula Vogel, as well as Carolyn Gage, Joan Lipkin, Susan Miller, and more are included. I’ve never seen one of these plays in production, but am so happy to have read them all and to have this collection on my bookshelf. CHALLENGE 9.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Leigh

  3. 5 out of 5

    Ceren

    This is not written very recently. Some good plays. Rest, the most about unequal, polarized relationships with various names given to it; butch-femme, camp or rather more discrete ones specific to the relative culture or time period.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Gender Clear

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    Danika at The Lesbrary

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    Gambir K Taksari

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    Kae

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