It has been said that Don Nigro now has more plays in print than any American playwright. This is surprising considering that he remains relatively unknown to the general public. Despite his obscurity, Nigro is on his way to being regarded as one of the country's great dramatists. His work has been performed in colleges, universities, off-off-Broadway, and community theaters both in the U.S. and abroad. In Labyrinth, McGhee chronicles Nigro's stories, plays, settings, and characters of almost 200 monologue, one-act and full-length plays. Given the breadth of Nigro's characters and exciting plots, Labyrinth is a useful resource for directors, actors, and enthusiasts in both professional and repertory theater. In addition, Labyrinth introduces readers to generations of gripping tales about extraordinary people. McGhee's book is a welcome addition to any theater library.
Chapter 1 Monologues Chapter 2 Short(er) Plays: 2 Actors; 3 Actors; 4 Actors; 4+ Actors Chapter 3 Ruffing Plays Chapter 4 Full-Length Plays Chapter 5 Pendragon Plays