'night, Mother 524 copies, 6 reviews
Getting Out: Play In Two Acts 90 copies, 2 reviews
The Secret Garden: The Musical (Book and Lyrics) 81 copies, 1 review
The Secret Garden (Piano/Vocal Selections) 49 copies, 1 review
Samantha: An American Girl Holiday [2004 TV movie] (Writer) 44 copies
Four Plays 33 copies
The Fortune Teller 32 copies
The Secret Garden: Original 1991 Broadway Cast Recording (Lyrics) 12 copies
Third and Oak: The Laundromat 10 copies
'night Mother [1986 film] (Original play) 4 copies
Third and Oak: The Pool Hall 3 copies
Traveler in the Dark. 3 copies
The holdup 2 copies
The Actor's Book of Contemporary Stage Monologues: More Than 150… (Contributor) 138 copies
The Actor's Book of Scenes from New Plays: 70 Scenes for Two Actors, from… (Contributor) 58 copies
Love's Fire: Seven New Plays Inspired By Seven Shakespearean Sonnets (Contributor) 56 copies
Modern and Contemporary Drama (Contributor) 41 copies, 1 review
Downstage Center, Friday, October 20, 2006 at 0am
Pulitzer Prize-winner Marsha Norman compares the gathering and rituals shared by theatre and houses of worship; explains why she could never have written 'night Mother now that she's had children; talks about her specific goals in crafting the lyrics for "Lily's Eyes" in The Secret Garden; considers whether playwriting has actual rules and can be taught; and compares the story of The Color Purple to the classic tale of Cinderella. (Shortride)
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