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1 Hewes, Henry, editor THE BEST PLAYS 1962-1963
New York/Toronto: Dodd, Mead & Company, (1963). First edition. Hardcover. Very light wear to the spine edges, else a very nearly fine copy in navy blue cloth with blue titles and rules in white panels to the front cover and spine; in a chipped, price-clipped, near fine dust jacket with one inch-long tear to the front panel. 
Illustrated with drawings by Al Hirschfeld and with 8 black-and-white photographic plates. Abridged versions of the 10 best plays for 1962 and 1963, including Albee's WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?, and summaries of the seasons in various cities. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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2 Koch, Frederick H., editor; Green, Paul, foreword CAROLINA FOLK PLAYS: Third Series
New York: Henry Holt and Company, (1928). First edition. The jacket features Mary De B. Graves' striking woodcut-style emblem for the company, which is repeated within. Hardcover. A fine, fresh copy in blue cloth lettered in gilt to the spine, top edge colored blue ; in an illustrated dust jacket that shows some age-toning, particularly to the spine panel. Illustrated within with photos of the original productions. 
Third collection of folk plays engendered by The Carolina Playmakers, the extraordinary and pioneering experiment in creating new, native theatre out of regional traditions and lore. Appendices detail the company's history and bibliography. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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3 Mayorga, Margaret, editor THE BEST SHORT PLAYS 1960-1961
Boston: Beacon Press, (1961). First edition. Hardcover. Very light wear to the tips and shelf edges, else very nearly fine in red cloth with white titles to the spine and embossed illustration the front cover; in a like dust jacket with two small tears to the rear cover and very mild fading to the spine. 
A collection of ten short plays, including Ian Malcolm's "This, Gentlemen, Is Justice" and Norman Holland's "Wages of Sin," topped by two essays on short and experimental play production by Stanley Richards and Norman Walsh. 
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4 Mayorga, Margaret, editor THE BEST SHORT PLAYS OF 1955-1956
Boston: Beacon Press, (1956). First edition. Blue cloth with white titles to the spine and black ink-stamped illustration to the front cover. Hardcover. Very mild fading to the spine and around the edges and faint tanning to the endsheets, else near fine; in a very good plus dust jacket with one large chip and an inch-and-a-half long tear with attending creases to the rear cover. 
A compilation of ten plays, with "Something Unspoken" by Tennessee Williams and "Dino" by Reginald Rose. Also includes four essays and an exhaustive listing of dramatic readings on LP released the year of publication. 
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5 Rattigan, Terence; Savory, Gerald; Lyndon, Barre; Jerome, Helen; Hellman, Lillian FIVE PLAYS OF 1937
(London): Hamish Hamilton, (1937). First edition. Hardcover. Mild dust soiling and scattered light foxing to page edges, a few dots of foxing to front endsheets, else near fine in orange cloth lettered in black; in lightly edgeworn printed dust jacket that is faded to the spine, with some minor nicks to spine ends. 
Comprises: Rattigan's FRENCH WITHOUT TEARS; Savory's GEORGE AND MARGARET; Lyndon's THEY CAME BY NIGHT; Jerome's CHARLOTTE CORDAY; and Hellman's THE CHILDREN'S HOUR, which had been denied license to be performed in the U.K. 
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