21 Jun 2018
Welcome to doollee.com the online guide to modern playwrights and theatre plays which have been written, adapted or translated, into English since the production of Look Back in Anger in 1956. doollee.com contains information on
of their Plays. Search for them using the links at the top of the page.
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ALL PLAYWRIGHT LISTINGS ON DOOLLEE ARE COMPLETELY FREE
Established in 1981
has probably the most influential readership in the UK.
PLAYS OF LGBT interest listed on doollee
doollee receives review copies of plays and theatre books from the world's leading publishers.
Thus on the Publishers' Page
you are able to see ALL the latest publications as soon as they appear. A few of the highlights are shown below.
doollee.com receives over 12,000 unique hits and 80,000 impressions daily.
Raymond Port moderates
plays of LGBT interest
William Shakespeare's Long Lost First Play (abridged)
Reed Martin & Austin Tichenor
Josef Weinberger Plays
Building The Wall
Wheelchair On My Face
Faber & Faber
Samuel French London
Wonderland: Alice's Rock & Roll Adventure
Nick Hern Books
Samuel French NY
Leave of Absence
Lawrence Harbison: My latest 'On the Aisle with Larry' column, containing my thoughts on MEAN GIRLS, HARRY POTTER AND THE CURSED CHILD, CAROUSEL, THREE TALL WOMEN, TRAVESTIES, SAINT JOAN, MLIMA'S TALE and A BRIEF HISTORY OF WOMEN
is now posted on my blog at
and will be up shortly on www.smithandkraus.com .
Congrats to Playfixer client Jennifer O'Grady, whose CHARLOTTES LETTERS has won the Henley Rose Playwrights Award!
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Collector of Tears and other Monologues
Aurora Metro Plays
Events While Guarding The Bofors Gun
Troubles over The Bridge
Westminster Reference Library in Leicester Square, at the heart of London's theatre and cinema world, has a collection of some 15,000 books covering the performing arts, a third of which are available to borrow.
Leisure Round Bognor In The '50s: A Teenager's Diary (with index of productions of The Buskin Players 1950-1953)
Hazel K Macaulife
JARMAN (all this maddening beauty) and other plays