3 GUYS IN DRAG
SELLING THEIR STUFF
(Full Length Entertainment)
WEST TEXAS MASSACRE
THE MOON AWAY
FLOWERS OUT OF SEASON
OLD NEW YORK
IN THE VENUS ARMS
WAIT A MINUTE!
(Full Length Collection)
20th CENTURY SKETCHES
HARRY THE CHAIR
HELGA SCHMIDT'S PUSSY
PEDALING TO PARADISE
PINK GIN FOR THE BLUES
SAMSON AND DELILAH
SISTERS OF LITTLE MERCY
EDWARD CROSBY WELLS Enjoy the scripts published here.
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EDWARD CROSBY WELLS (Playwright) has had scores of plays produced from coast to coast in the U.S. and in Scotland and Spain. He is the winner of no less than half a dozen international playwriting awards including the Spotlight On Best Play Award for Excellence in Off-Off Broadway Theatre three years running. His work is published by Greyridge Press, Meriwether Publishing Ltd., Smith and Kraus, Inc., Samuel French, Inc. and his essay, "On the Art of Playwriting," was published in the November 2008 issue of The Loop. He is a member of the Dramatists' Guild of America.
"Edward Crosby Wells is an accomplished and original playwright whose varied works have gained growing esteem over the last few years. He shows remarkable and equal proficiency in comic, dramatic, and fantastic works. One never knows what to expect from each new play of his, except that they always show technical skill, poetic insight, and theatrical acumen."
--Robert Patrick, Drama Desk and OBIE Award-winning Playwright and author of Broadway's Kennedy's Children
"[Wells'] works are expertly layered and the characters are well thought out, portraying real people. He is equally talented with both comedy and drama. His dramas are beautifully crafted and engrossing and his comedies are arguably the funniest you will ever see."
-Frank Calo, SPOTLIGHT ON PRODUCTIONS, New York City
"Wells' dialogue is snappy, clean and often very funny. He has a talent for writing lines for his characters that rarely miss their marks. Whether it is outrageous humor or cutting cynicism, Wells is always on target . . . . Wells shows talent for offbeat dialogue that makes heavy themes bearable."
"Wells' dialogue is clever and witty."
-NEW MEXICO DAILY LOBO
-KDHX, St. Louis
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