Tips for Searching

Submit A Citation

at http://www.heniford.net/4321/index.php?n=Forms.SubmitACitation,
handily allows playwrights, agents, and publishers to list here at no cost published/unpublished, produced/unproduced plays in any language. Indeed, non-English-language script citations are most welcome. Use this form to submit citations of one-act plays involving four or fewer actors (with possible extras), yours or anyone else's. Give complete information (with particular attention to the required e-mail address), as the Webmaster constructs the individual citations from your data, synopses and comments.

Recent Changes

at http://www.heniford.net/4321/index.php?n=Site.AllRecentChanges, lists in reverse chronological order the files addressed by the Webmaster.

Dedication

at http://www.heniford.net/4321/index.php?n=Documents.Dedication, places this project as a tribute to a short-lived, little-known, brilliant playwright.

Preface and Acknowledgments

explains purpose, perspective, scope, discoveries and possibilities, and origin of this site; this page recognizes inspirational and helpful persons and institutions.

Introduction

at http://www.heniford.net/4321/index.php?n=Documents.Introduction describes the parts of the site.

Tips for Searching

appear on the Search page, http://www.heniford.net/4321/index.php?n=Site.Search. They enable the user expeditiously to find citations.

Editorial Method

http://www.heniford.net/4321/index.php?n=Documents.EditorialMethod explains the Web staff's editoral practice, such as formatting and attribution.

News Flashes

guides playwrights and producers to current opportunities.

Links

at http://www.heniford.net/4321/index.php?n=Documents.Links, leads to extensive playwriting resources available elsewhere on the Internet. Most of these sites relate to the creation, production, and distribution of small-cast one-act scripts in all media. They include playwriting resources, production resources, publishers of print scripts, and publishers of electronic scripts. Other interesting links appear at the end.

Success Stories

http://www.heniford.net/4321/index.php?n=Documents.SuccessStories,
of this site are growing. Mention your successes to the Webmaster, e-mail heniford@ix.netcom.com.

Glossary of Genres

http://www.heniford.net/4321/index.php?n=Documents.GlossaryOfGenres, explains common and uncommon terms used to classify plays by genre. The Webmaster invites expansions to these definitions as well as invites new terms.

Script Source Directory

http://www.heniford.net/4321/index.php?n=Documents.ScriptSourceDirectory, names and annotates play publication houses, giving addresses.

Buy the Books

http://www.heniford.net/4321/index.php?n=Documents.BuyTheBooks, enables prompt purchase of the print guide, volumes 1 and 2.

Copyright and Disclaimer

http://www.heniford.net/4321/index.php?n=Documents.CopyrightAndDisclaimer, explains legalities pertinent to the site.

Webmaster Bio

http://www.heniford.net/4321/index.php?n=Documents.WebmasterBio, adds perspective.

Admin Blog

http://www.heniford.net/4321/index.php?n=AdminBlog.HomePage, irregularly displays correspondence between site staff members.

Foreword

presents a significant testimonial.

Bibliography for playwrights

(13K) provides helpful references for casual or serious authors.

Playbills by themes

(37K) section offers programs built on themes. Sources for the plays named here are available in the complementary print volume or from the Webmaster.

Guest Book

invites you to register comments about the site.

Disclaimer

addresses site reliability and pertinent legalities. The devil is in the details, as they say.