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Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead - Acting Edition

Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead - Acting Edition - Bert V. Royal actually it's a good play about some stories and adventures that happens in schools or colleges. it was funny though. but i'm not in the mood for teenage's problems.so it's a personal conclusion.
maybe if you want to see a real complicated problems between schoolboys, you should watch "Elephant" by Gus Van Sant

The Lieutenant of Inishmore (Modern Classics)

The Lieutenant of Inishmore (Modern Classics) - Martin McDonagh i just wanted to give it 4 stars just because it's not as good as "pillowman"...but it has In Bruges's Violence and it was so funny like other Mcdonagh's stage-plays and screenplays... so i should give it all 5 stars

Noises Off

Noises Off - Michael Frayn The idea for it came in 1970, when Frayn was watching from the wings a performance of The Two of Us, a farce that he had written for Lynn Redgrave. He said, "It was funnier from behind than in front, and I thought that one day I must write a farce from behind."


Edmond - David Mamet i'm a Mamet fan myself, but this one make me feel bad
maybe it was because of ending. it scared out of me.
adopted dialogues from Hamlet was good,though
"There is a destiny that shapes our ends...rough-hew them how we may."

Picasso at the Lapin Agile and Other Plays

Picasso at the Lapin Agile and Other Plays - Steve Martin Einstein: I work the same way. I make beautiful things with a pencil.
Picasso: You? Youʻre just a scientist! For me, the shortest distance between two points is not a straight line!
Einstein: Likewise.
Picasso (still dancing): Letʼs see one of your creations.
(Einstein pulls out a pencil. Picasso stops dancing, gets a pencil. The others back away as if it were a
Western shoot-out.)
Picasso: Draw!
(They start to draw on the napkins. Einstein finishes first.)
Einstein: Done!
(Einstein and Picasso swap drawings.)
Einstein: Itʼs perfect.
Picasso: Thank you.
Einstein: Iʼm talking about mine.
Picasso (studies it): Itʻs a formula.
Einstein: Soʼs yours.
Picasso: It was a little hastily drawn. . . yours is letters.
Einstein: Yours is lines.
Picasso: My lines mean something.
Einstein: So do mine.
Picasso: Mine is beautiful.
Einstein (indicates his own drawing): Men have swooned on seeing that.
Picasso: Mine touches the heart.
Einstein: Mine touches the head.
Picasso: Mine will change the future.
Einstein (holds his drawing): Oh, and mine wonʼt?
(Sensing victory, or at least parity, Einstein starts to dance with Suzanne. Picasso stands befuddled.)

In Bruges: A Screenplay

In Bruges: A Screenplay - Martin McDonagh Fantastic screenplay, Excellent movie !
but removed scenes are awesome!
i don't know why they cut out those scenes from movie!
it sounds more like his Plays with those scenes
there is a scene that Ken is lying in the bed,reading a book, "The Death Of Capone" by K.K.Katurian . Katurian is a main character of his play "The Pillowman"