Dancer Paul Taylor

Table of Contents:

Full text Monologues are below table of contents.

Who is Patty Hearst? Why did the heiress so quickly embrace the militant anti-capitalist cause of her kidnappers?

Jimmy Carter: The speech that sank his presidency.

Joe Papp: A poor boy who rises to become the imperious theater impresario.

Paul Taylor: The dancer-choreographer describes why it was necessary for him to break from the influence of Martha Graham.

Katharine Graham: A rich widow finds herself running The Washington Post and exposing the corruption of the Nixon administration.

The Coors Wars: Peter Coors, one member of the beer dynasty, tries to break from its arch-conservative doctrines.

Roddy McDowall: He served as father confessor to other former child stars, including Montgomery Clift and Elizabeth Taylor.

Oliver North: After being exposed as a mastermind behind selling Iranian arms to the Nicaraguan rebels, he runs for the US Senate.

Dick Cheney: The Vice-President is blocked from accruing unlimited power in the White House.

David Axelrod: Barack Obama's campaign manager explains how elections are won on emotion, not reason.

Patty Hearst.pdf
Jimmy Carter.pdf
Joe Papp.pdf
Paul Taylor.pdf
Katharine Graham.pdf
The Coors Wars.pdf
Roddy McDowall.pdf
Oliver North.pdf
Dick Cheney.pdf
David Axelrod.pdf