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Bob May
Bob May
Bob May has an MFA in playwriting from UNLV and currently teaches playwriting and screenwriting at the University of Central Arkansas.
His published plays are:
Playscripts, Inc.:
Gidget's Gadget to Bamboozle Beanie
Snow White and the Magic Mirror
Hocus Pocus Horticulture
Cinderella and the Fairy Godfather
Alice in Wonderland
Samuel French, Inc.:
Beanie and the Bamboozling Book Machine
Beanie and the Bamboozling Horror Machine
Beanie and the Bamboozling Adventure Machine
Bakers Plays:
Crystal and the Christmas Snowman
A Different Kind of Nutcracker
Elson, the First Christmas Elf
in the collection: Snowmen, Elves, and Nutcrackers
Heuer Publishing:
Jack and Bella, From Beanstalk to Broadway
Go To...
Brooklyn Publishers:
The Great Santa Claus Reindeer Roundup
I. E. Clark, Inc.:
The Andrew is Dead Story
9th Inning Wedding
Dramatic Publishing:
Concerned Citizen
His plays Broadway Memories and 9th Inning Wedding are published in the textbook The Golden Stage by Ann McDonough. And his absurdist play Go To... is published in the 2009 literary journal The Exquisite Corpse.
He wrote The Gulf Coastal Plains Region episode for the Arkansas Educational Television Network (PBS) program The Great Experience of Arkansas: An Amazing Journey Through Six Regions.
His book on acting Postcard Pointers to the Performer is published by Heuer Publishing.
He and his wife, Cathy, have five children and four grandchildren. Mr. May is a member of The Dramatists Guild of America.
Works by Bob May on
What is Postcard Pointers to the Performer? Just what the title suggests...what the postcard is to the letter (a brief account of important events). It’s a Cliff’s Notes version of an acting book. It is a brief, but to-the-point approach to the craft of acting. It’s a checklist for the veteran actor, and a quick how-to for the... read more

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