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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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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.

COMING OUT Script, Reading Edition

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COMING OUT Script, Kindle Edition

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COMING OUT, Original Production Program

The program from the original Dublin production. Author signature and inscription available upon request.





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