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Theresa Rebeck
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What Do I Read Next?

Theresa Rebeck: Collected Plays (1999) collects all of Rebeck's full-length and one-act plays.

Pygmalion

is George Bernard Shaw's classic 1913 retelling of the Greek myth. In Shaw's play, a sophisticated London professor bets a friend that he can remake an uneducated, working-class city girl into the very model of upperclass gentility. In accomplishing his goal, he falls in love with her.

Oleanna (1992), a play by David Mamet, explores sexual harassment, as well. But where Rebeck's play takes a comic look at the aftermath of workplace harassment, Mamet's play is a more serious examination of sexual harassment on a college campus.

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