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"Fifty Words has a gimlet eye, providing meticulously chosen, artfully integrated details that let us understand why its characters so love and loathe each other. Like Mr. Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? it understands how closely hate and love can be linked in marriage."-The New York Times

In Fifty Words, a Brooklyn brownstone becomes a marital battleground for Adam and Jan; Do Not Disturb dramatizes Adam's infidelity at a hotel with former lover Melinda; and in Side Effects, Melinda and her husband Hugh come to terms with their broken relationship.

Michael Weller has written over forty dramatic works, including the plays Moonchildren, Fishing, Loose Ends, and Beast, and the screenplays for Hair and Ragtime.

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