Perfect Crime is a 1987 murder mystery/thriller play by Warren Manzi. It tells the story of a Connecticut psychiatrist and potential cold-blooded killer who may have committed "the perfect crime."
See How They Run is an English comedy in three acts by Philip King. It is considered a farce for its tense comic situations and headlong humor, heavily playing on mistaken identify, doors, and vicars.
In 1985, Neil Simon revised The Odd Couple for a female cast. The Female Odd Couple was based on the same story line and same lead characters, now called Florence Ungar and Olive Madison.
The Face on the Barroom Floor is a melodrama spoof by Tim Kelly, which was inspired by H. Antoine D'Arcy's poem. Insidious villains endeavour to separate Madelaine from the fortune left her by an old miner and from her true love: Jack Toulouse Goodhart.
These Shining Lives is a play by Melanie Marnich and is based on the true story of four women who worked for the Radium Dial Company - a watch factory. The play dramatizes the danger women faced in this workplace and highlights the wider lack of concern companies had for protecting the health of their employees.
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