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She Speaks - Monologues for Women

She Speaks

Monologues for Women

Edited by Judith Thompson
Subjects: Theatre Studies, Acting & Technique, Anthologies, Scenes & Monologues
Imprint: Playwrights Canada Press
Paperback : 9780887548284, 256 pages, February 2006

Description

"A monologue must give voice to those who have been silenced. The speaker must urgently need to speak, to proclaim, to persuade, to incite, to inspire, to agitate, to fabricate, to contaminate or whitewash, to justify; the speaker needs approval, or absolution, or acclaim, or worship, or laughter or sympathy. The monologue can only happen if the speaker has an audience. The monologue is ultimately the electric interaction between the audience and the speaker." —from the introductionContributors: trey anthony • Nina Lee Aquino • Maja Ardal • Catherine Banks • naila belvett • Tony Berto • Dionne Brand • Leanna Brodie • Ronnie Burkett • Alec Butler • Drew Carnwath • Robert Chafe • Elaine K. Chang • Sally Clark • George Elliott Clarke • Marie Clements • David Copelin • Charlotte Corbeil-Coleman • Deirdre Dore • Patti Flather • John Frizzell • Laurie Fyffe • Jonathan Garfinkel • Florence Gibson MacDonald • Tara Goldstein • Linda Griffiths • Alexandria Haber • Todd Harrop • Randi Helmers • Caitlin Hicks • Tomson Highway • Ryan Hughes • Janice Kulyk Keefer • Gabrielle Kemeny • Ann Lambert • Trisha Lamie • Wendy Lill • Bryden MacDonald • Daniel MacIvor • Joan MacLeod • Celia McBride • Sonja Mills • Monique Mojica • Colleen Murphy • Yvette Nolan • M. Nourbese Phillip • Sharon Pollock • Betty Quan • Janis Rapoport • Kevin Rees-Cummings • Kim Renders • Emma Roberts • Djanet Sears • Shelley Sereda • Ivana Shein • Emil Sher • Jason Sherman • Dalbir Singh • Danielle Skene • Douglas Burnet Smith • Emily Sugerman • Vern Thiessen • Judith Thompson • Kristen Thomson • Jackie Torrens • Nadine Villasin • Colleen Wagner • Irene N. Watts • Paula Wing • Betty Jane Wylie • d'bi.young.anitafrika