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The Adding Machine is a play by Rice that was first produced in 1923. The story focuses on how a wage slave, Zero, is affected by oppressive modern day society.

Romeo and Juliet, a play by William Shakespeare written in approximately 1597, concerns the effects of forbidden love.

Winterset, a play Maxwell Anderson (1935), comments on how socioeconomic forces effect common people.

The Subway, a play written by Rice in 1929, concerns how a woman reacts to an oppressive environment.

Bartholomew Fair, a play by Ben Jonson written in approximately 1614, is a sprawling story with a large cast of characters.

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