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COMING OUT was originally produced at The Abbey Theater of Dublin, in Dublin, Ohio, October 4-19, 2013, by Creatures Plays Corporation, and was presented by special arrangement with Riverdale Literary Holdings, Inc.

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Coming Out Script,
Acting Edition

The acting edition is intended for use by companies producing Coming Out on stage, and contains no extras. Printed on one side of the page on 8.5"x11" paper, in standard Dramatists Guild format. Perfect bound.

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Coming Out Script, Reading Edition

Smaller (8.5"x5.5") edition, includes complete script, plus author's notes, costume suggestions, furniture and prop lists, and production history. This is the most common script format for schools and community theaters.

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COMING OUT Script, Kindle Edition

The Kindle edition is available for purchase only through Amazon.com, and includes the same content as the Reading Edition formatted for the Amazon Kindle reading devices.

Note: Kindle edition qualifies for production purchase requirement ONLY if a separate copy is purchased for each user.

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Other Works by J.T. McDaniel


The story of an American fleet submarine in the battle against the Japanese Empire in World War II. Takes the reader from the builder’s yard in pre-war Connecticut, Pearl Harbor, and into battle through the eyes of a junior officer as he rises through the ranks to become Bacalao’s final commanding officer.

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With Honour in Battle

In the closing months of World War II, U-boat ace Hans Kruger is assigned to U-2317, an advanced U-boat with the potential to reverse the war at sea. Yet he knows that the war is lost, and wonders if his advanced boat is doing anything more than prolonging the agony.

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The Alukam

An Orthodox Jewish detective on a Florida sheriff’s department confronted by a vampire serial killer who may just be a real vampire. Combining the police procedural and horror genres in a weirdly fascinating tale. (Written as Jacob Thomson.)

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This and That

Short stories, auto-biography, and the ramblings of a youngish old curmudgeon on travel, old movies, politics, religion, common sense, and so forth. Gets into everything from short stories, to Viet Nam, to an appreciation of old Hammer horror films, and religio-political philosophy.

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More on Theistic Atheism and
Other Essays

A collection of essays and blog posts, covering a wide range of subjects, from religion, to music, to politics, climate change, hydrogen power, and cryptozoology.

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The Riverdale
Vampire Collection

J.T. McDaniel edited, and contributed to, this collection of classic and modern vampire stories. Stories range from Polidori’s The Vampyre, generally regarded as the oldest known popular vampire story, to LeFanu’s Carmilla, and several contemporary stories.

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The Sixth Victim
& Other Plays

A collection of five short plays, with setting ranging from Victorian London, to medieval Denmark, to a psychotic killer’s cellar, to a funeral home, to a suburban living room. Includes:

The Sixth Victim
To Kill a King
Burying Dad
It’s the Computer’s Fault
Sunday Afternoon

All plays available for licensing; discounted rate for two or more.

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& Other Stories

A wonderful collection of short stories, with noir mystery, vampires, ancient civilisations, submarines, peril at sea, fantasysomething for everyone. Also available as a Kindle ebook and, later in 2016, as an audiobook, read by the author.

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J.T. McDaniel, our original Bob Anderson, reads Shakespeare and Poe. From iTunes.