Plays » Canadian

A Lotta Fun Stuff.
Price: $5.00 $2.50 USD. (50% off!) Words: 40,270. Language: English. Published: October 7, 2017. Categories: Plays » Canadian
This is a book; with LOTS of Ideas for songs and plays in it. It is very inspirational; for those looking for new ideas; my book has TONS and TONS of them.
Below Zero: A Play
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 27,310. Language: English. Published: February 10, 2017 by Upper West Side Philosophers, Inc.. Categories: Plays » Russian & Former Soviet Union, Plays » Canadian
Set in a remote radio outpost in northern Quebec in 1942, "Below Zero" is a study in obsession, duplicity, aversion, infidelity, and psychological abuse to the point of murder ... people stuck together with no escape ... Written in early 1940s in Hungary, Below Zero is arguably the prototypical existential drama, anticipating Jean-Paul "Sartre’s No Exit" (1944), among other works.
Je joue beaucoup mieux aux échecs
Price: $3.95 USD. Words: 36,480. Language: French. Published: September 3, 2016. Categories: Nonfiction » Education and Study Guides » Multicultural education, Plays » Canadian
J'apprends à mieux jouer aux échecs et je gagne plus souvent même contre les logiciels d’échecs de top niveau; plus toutes les règles du jeu d’échecs et beaucoup plus, plus 100 parties d’échecs rapides de 21 coups ou moins, plus 100 tests d’échecs et mat (max 5 coups).
A Book of Plays Vol. 2
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 23,760. Language: English. Published: March 5, 2016. Categories: Plays » Canadian
These plays were written over the course of many years as a testament to those who inspired them. Of all my Plays, these are the most important to me because I knew the people shown here. I have a great regard for each of them.
Shakespeare for Slackers: Romeo and Juliet
Series: Shakespeare for Slackers, Book 1. Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 97,800. Language: English. Published: May 1, 2014 by Five Rivers Publishing. Categories: Plays » Shakespeare, Plays » Canadian
You know, back in the day, Shakespeare wasn't considered elite. Oh sure, his plays were performed for royalty, but they were actually written for tradesmen, shopkeepers, average Joes, anybody who could pay a penny for a ticket. Mostly he wrote plays for the common man, using the language of the times.