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Crazy Horse And Three Stars

David Wiltse

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ISBN 10: 0881454168 / ISBN 13: 9780881454161
Published by Broadway Play Pub, 2010
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Title: Crazy Horse And Three Stars

Publisher: Broadway Play Pub

Publication Date: 2010

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:New

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Crazy Horse, the Sioux leader, engages General Crook, Indian fighter, in a confrontation that results in the death of Crazy Horse. The critics on David Wiltse's plays: THE GOOD GERMAN: "David Wiltse's THE GOOD GERMAN, which made its New Jersey premiere last week at the Madison theater, is an extraordinary piece of writing ... Simply put, it's best play I've ever seen there and quite certainly the most powerful drama seen in North Jersey all year ... Wiltse blends the dramatic and moral elements like a master chemist." -William Westhoven, The Daily Record A MARRIAGE MINUET: "... the kind of play that could change your life. Seriously. It made me want to give up smoking, and I don't smoke. It made me want to weep and hug everyone in the theater. It made me a better person. I loved this play. This play made me want to be completely honest all the time." -Eric Delp, Bradenton Herald SEDITION: "I was coming from David Wiltse's new play [SEDITION] and my head was full of questions about America's participation in that tragic, famously unnecessary conflict. A playwright who rattles the way you see things must be doing something right." -Sylviane Gold, The New York Times "Wiltse is one of today's most versatile playwrights, but although he refuses to be limited to one genre, he is consistent when it comes to creating memorable characters." -Jackie Lupo, Scarsdale Inquirer

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David Wiltse is a novelist/playwright whose twelve novels include the bestselling John Becker series and the Billy Tree/Falls City series. He lives in Weston, Connecticut.

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