The Way We Live Now: American plays and the AIDS crisis
Paperback, 296 pages ISBN: 9781559360067Publication Date:
9 Oct 1990
Size: 229mm x 153mm£14.99

The Way We Live Now: American plays and the AIDS crisis

Edited by M. Elizabeth Osborn

Paperback £14.99

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A collection of dramatic material - plays, extracts from plays and dramatic adaptations - concerning the AIDS epidemic.

Introduced by Michael Feingold

Christopher Durang - from Laughing Wild
Harvey Fierstein - Safe Sex
David Greenspan - Jack
William M Hoffman - As Is; Harry Kondoleon - Zero Positive
Tony Kushner - from Angels in America
Terence McNally - Andre's Mother
Susan Sontag/ E. Parone - The Way we Live Now
Paula Vogel - from The Baltimore Waltz
Lanford Wilson - A Poster of the Cosmos.

Paperback, 296 pages ISBN: 9781559360067Publication Date:
9 Oct 1990
Size: 229mm x 153mm£14.99

Also by M. Elizabeth Osborn:

On New Ground

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