- Theatrical Work
- teaching resources
Welcome to chris wind’s website: socially conscious (often feminist) prose, poetry, stageplays (as well as shorter performance pieces and monologues), audioplays, and short video scripts.
(If you’re looking for chris wind, the composer, go to www.chriswind.com.)
Click on a cover to explore … (and download the Magenta catalogue to explore books by a couple other authors …)
New – check out my list at Shepherd: The best books about what it’s like being female in a sexist society.
Special notes for …
Painters and sculptors:
Women’s history scholars:
– You might be interested in Deare Sister.
Producers, directors, actresses:
– As I the Shards Examine and Not Such Stuff (stageplays) (also available as an audioplay) – theatrical versions of Soliloquies: the lady doth indeed protest, in which the soliloquies are interwoven, so the lines of one woman echo or comment upon the lines of another
– Amelia’s Nocturne (theatre piece; audioplay) – a monologue woven with music (piano and voice, live or pre-recorded; scores [full, piano part, and voice part] and mp3 available) to be performed on a simple set consisting of a writing table with an inkwell and note paper (1st place win by Tracey Lynn Frame in the Virginia Theatre Association Festival!); available for purchase at stageplays.com (free to site visitors via preceding links)
– The Dialogue (stageplay; audioplay) – a short piece for two women, who must disguise themselves as men to be in Plato’s Academy; available for purchase at stageplays.com (free to site visitors via preceding links)
– A Fairy Tale/Snow White Gets Her Say (stageplay; audioplay) – two stage versions and one audioplay version of Snow White Gets Her Say; available for purchase at stageplays.com (free to site visitors via preceding links)
– Fresh, new, audition pieces – take a look at Soliloquies: The Lady Doth Indeed Protest (Shakespeareanesque soliloquies), Deare Sister, Snow White Gets Her Say, and Thus Saith Eve. Click here to read one monologue from each collection. Also note that two from Thus Saith Eve, “I am Eve” and “I am Mary”, can be performed with an audio collage background; the background for “I am Eve” is here and the background for “I am Mary” can simply be a performance of “Ave Maria” – listen here.