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Acting Alone
This Won't
Take Long

Addiction
Anonymous

Acting Alone

The true story of Lee Harvey Oswald,
              the only story of the JFK assassination‚Ķ

When Lee Harvey Oswald assassinated President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963, he was barely 24-years-old. Acting Alone reveals Oswald's fascinating life, focusing on his peripatetic childhood, defection to the Soviet Union and unraveling marriage to his Russian bride upon their return to the United States. Told Rashomon-style through the eyes of Oswald, his enabling mother Marguerite, brother Robert and wife Marina, the play unveils the dramatic events that led to Oswald's showdown with history at Dallas's Dealey Plaza and that he acted alone.

Acting Alone had its world premiere at
The ArcLight Theatre on Novemeber 5, 2009.

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Based on a thousand true stories...

A missing young girl.

Two seasoned detectives.

A mentally challenged neighbor.

Can this man help in the
investigation without being
accused of the crime himself?

This Won't Take Long had its world premiere at
the 13th Street Repertory Theater on August 13, 2006
as part of the Fringe NYC play festival.

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An amusing look at the nature of twelve-step programs and their cultural proliferation.

Addiction Anonymous was presented by
The Gallery Players
son June 10-13, 2010
as part of their
13th Annual Black Box New Play Festival
Weekend of Short Plays.

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