Recent Puerto Rican Theater: Five Plays from New York

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 1
  • Contents 5
  • Introduction 7
  • Bodega 25
  • Act One 28
  • Act One 28
  • Scene Two 41
  • Act Two 55
  • Scene Two 55
  • Scene Two 57
  • Scene Three 59
  • Scene Four 77
  • First Class 81
  • Act One 84
  • Act One 84
  • Act Two 102
  • Midnight Blues - An Original Two Act Drama 119
  • Act One 122
  • Act One 122
  • Scene Two 128
  • Scene Three 132
  • Scene Four 136
  • Scene Five 138
  • Scene Six 140
  • Scene Seven 141
  • Act Two 145
  • Scene Four 145
  • Scene Four 157
  • Ariano 167
  • Act One 171
  • Act One 171
  • Scene Two 197
  • Act Two 206
  • Scene Two 206
  • Scene Two 211
  • Scene Three 212
  • Scene Four 216
  • Family Scenes 227
  • Scene One 230
  • Scene Two 234
  • Scene Three 235
  • Scene Four 237
  • Scene Five 239
  • Scene Six 242
  • Scene Seven 246
  • Scene Eight 249
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