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Robert Dunbar

ROBERT DUNBAR  

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Robert Dunbar has written and produced for public television, HGTV and the Discovery Channel. He's also the author of the horror novel The Pines (Leisure Books). His work has appeared in publications as diverse as after Hours, applause, art & Understanding, au Courant, The Baltimore alternative, Book Talk, The Bottom Line, The Chancery House, Cineaste, City Slab, Dance, Deep Outside, Descant, The Edge, Film Forum, The Front Page, Frontiers, In View, Kirkus Reviews, Lambda Literary Review, Lodestar Quarterly, Midnight Graffiti, New Writers Magazine, Out, Philadelphia City Paper, Philadelphia Weekly, The Scream Factory, Southern Voice, Voyage, The Washington Blade, Writer's Connection and Writer's Digest.

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below is a list of Robert Dunbar's plays - click on a Play Title for more information

Bats!         Thing And I, The



Bats!

Synopsis:
"Humorously inspired - it's an eerie one-woman show that parodies classic horror films of the 1940s and 50s - a bevy of bizarre characters - all of whom wind up alone in the dark. an affectionate parody of the screamers," BaTS! illuminates the fright genre, the people who made the films, and audiences who always love to be spooked." - The Phiadelphia Inquirer

Notes:
written by Robert Dunbar And Karen Scioli. After workshops At Philadelphia's Artsbank way back in 1997, BaTS! received "honorable mention" in the ALR New Play Search before making it to the semifinals of the Pennsylvania State Theater's New Works Festiva

1st Produced:
workshops at Philadelphia's artsbank    1997

Organisations:
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1st Published:
Moosse Enterprises Theatre Publishing,    -

Music:
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Genre:
Comedy/horror play Comedy

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Thing And I, The

Synopsis:
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Notes:
Written with Karen Scioli

1st Produced:
Ritz Theater, Oaklyn, New Jersey    1996

Organisations:
Puttin on the Ritz Inc

1st Published:
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Music:
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Genre:
One act

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