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I Might Be the Person You Are Talking To

by Padua Playwrights Press

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Short plays from twenty cutting-edge Los Angeles playwrights make up this powerful and entertaining anthology. Includes works produced by Padua Playwrights and Sharon's Farm. Contributing playwrights include: Sissy Boyd, Hank Bunker, Heidi Darchuk, Juli Crockett Feldman, Susan Hayden, Coleman Hough, Bernard Goldberg, Michael Hacker, Rachel Jendrzejewski, Marc Jensen, Christopher Kelley, Murray Mednick, Kevin O'Sullivan, Gray Palmer, Chris Rossi, April Rouveyrol, Cheryl Slean, Wesley Walker, Sharon Yablon and Guy Zimmerman.

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