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  • 14 Nov 2009 6:17 PM | Farzana Moon

    Dear Playwrights,

    Taking the liberty of sharing good news with you.  The publication of Babur book and my blog.  Please visit and comment.

    Many thanks and best wishes,



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    BABUR: The First Moghul in India
    by Farzana Moon

    Special Advance Release, not yet available from bookstores! This promising new book is available exclusively at this location, for a limited time only!


    In today’s world, many Western readers understand relatively little about the ancient, peaceful and civilised culture of Afghanistan. This literary, engaging story recalls the history of sixteenth century Afghanistan. Babur is the king of Kabul. He is the first Moghul to conquer India. The richly detailed, historically accurate biographical account of Babur’s life in this book begins on a hill called Gulkhaneh where the biblical Cain is believed to be buried. After thirty-six years of rule when Babur dies at Agra, his empire extends eastward from Badakhshan and Kabul through Punjab to the borders of Bengal. His last injunction to his first born reveals the epitome of his compassion and tenderness: "Do naught against thy brothers though they may deserve it." For insider information, news of future publications and teaching resources, readers are invited to visit where you may also obtain autographed copies of this fine book.

    Cover photography by Douglas K. Warner


    Farzana Moon is a teacher and bibliophile with a Masters degree in Education. A poet, historian and playwright, she writes Sufi poetry and historical, biographical Moghul sagas and plays. They are based on stories from religion and folklore. Included in her other writing ventures are a novella and a collection of short stories.

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  • 09 Nov 2009 8:00 PM | Deleted user
    Legendary actress Kathleen Chalfant (ANGELS IN AMERICA, WIT) stars in Anne Hamilton's short play AND THEN I WENT INSIDE at the Cherry Lane Theatre in New York City as a part of the League of Professional Theatre Women's New Play Festival, "Turning Points: Women Have Their Say".

    STACY LEE MADISON, an artist and scholar, tells of her life's loves and losses, ending with a shocking action. Nine other playwrights present their work in this New Play Festival.
  • 06 Nov 2009 12:46 PM | Anonymous
    Two of my short plays, "Canyon's Edge" and "Sally Sees the Light", have been chosen to be performed live as part of the Radio Theater Series on Vashon Island, WA Dec. 11 and 12.  They will also be recorded and broadcast through Jan. and Feb. 2010.
  • 06 Nov 2009 12:41 PM | Anonymous
    After a long delay, my short play "Canyon's Edge" will finally be produced by the Little Theater on Broad Street in Danielson, CT.  The festival dates are Feb. 13-15. 
  • 06 Nov 2009 12:38 PM | Anonymous

    My short play about airport security, "Here to Serve You", has been chosen for production by Yo! Yo! Theater Company in Los Angeles, Dec. 10-12.  It is part of a line up of several short pieces which will be performed at Woolson Studio.  Tickets are $12.

  • 06 Nov 2009 4:49 AM | Anonymous
    A newer short play, "An Actual Baby Person", is scheduled to be performed as part of Valley Repertory Company's First LabWorks 15-Minute New Play Festival.  The Festival dates are Feb. 18-20, 2010.  The theater is located at 100 High St, Enfield, CT.
  • 01 Nov 2009 10:38 AM | Anonymous
    What really happened between Edouard Manet and his muse, the artist Berthe Morisot?  He made more than a dozen portraits of her over a six-year period: then she married his brother, and Manet never painted her again.  THE DOPPELGANGER explores love from fantastic to romantic to real, through the lens of Manet's and Morisot's artworks.  
      Cleveland Public Theatre's "Little Box" series of Stage Readings awarded the play a grant, and it will be read at CPT on Friday, November 6th, 2009 at 7.30pm in their Storefront Theatre.  Tickets are $8/10 and seating is limited.  6415 Detroit Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio  (216) 631-2727 |  Please join us for the reading and feedback session. 
  • 24 Oct 2009 12:22 PM | Deleted user
    AND THEN I WENT INSIDE, starring Kathleen Chalfant, directed by Lorca Peress, will go up at 8pm at the Cherry Lane Theatre, 38 Commerce St., New York City in the League of Professional Theatre Women's New Play Festival.
    Monday, November 9th, 2009 at 8:00pm

    10 new short plays (and one new musical play) with the theme, "Turning Points" will be performed
    Seating is limited so please reserve tickets as soon as possible.
     General admission tickets are $40 each
    To reserve tickets, please email
    Mail your check made out to the League of Professional Theatre Women to: LPTW, P.O. Box 2292, New York, NY  10108
  • 20 Sep 2009 11:43 PM | Debbie Miller
    "Leaving Shore," by Debbie L. Feldman of Brooklyn, NY, appeared in the Minnesota Shorts Play Festival on September 11, in Mankato, Minnesota. 
  • 12 Sep 2009 2:00 PM | Anonymous
    There will be a reading of "Sweet Nothings" written by Terri Febuary, on September 12, 2009, at the 2nd Organizational meeting of the Theatres of Louisiana (TOL)

    Meeting is at Ryan's on MacArthur Dr. Alexandria, LA.

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