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DOWNLOADING MY DPS EPLAY

What is a DPS ePlay?

A Dramatists Play Service ePlay is the digital version of the printed Acting Edition. DPS ePlays use the widely supported EPUB format and can be read on your computer, tablet, or mobile device. DPS ePlays cannot be printed.

What is Adobe Digital Editions?

Adobe Digital Editions is free software that allows you to view and manage eBooks and other digital publications. You can use Adobe Digital Editions to transfer copy-protected ePlays from your personal computer to other computers or devices. It is NOT the same software as Adobe Reader or Acrobat, which supports only .pdf files.

What is an Adobe ID?

An Adobe ID is a free membership Adobe uses to secure and personalize your experience with its products and services. It also locks the ePlay to your account so it cannot be shared with another individual with a different account for copyright protection.It is separate from your online DPS account. While signing in using your Adobe ID, you must enter the unique email address that you first used when you started your membership or purchased an Adobe product or service.

Is it easy to read ePlays on my computer?

Yes! But because DPS ePlays are copyright protected, you must have the freely available software, Adobe Digital Editions (not to be confused with Adobe Reader) installed on your computer, and you must create a free Adobe account. Step One: If you do not already have an Adobe Account, visit Adobe Membership and create one. This will provide you with your Adobe ID and password. Step Two: Install your free software from the Adobe Digital Editions website before purchasing your ePlay. Make sure to keep "Associate .acsm and .epub file types" selected. Note: Adobe Digital Editions 4 may not be compatible with older versions of Windows, if you are NOT using Windows 7 or later, please download Adobe Digital Editions 3. Step Three: Authorize Adobe Digital Editions with your Adobe ID.
Authorize Adobe ID Step Four: Purchase your ePlay and click the "Download ePlay" button next to the title on your Order Confirmation page.

What devices can I use to read my ePlay?

ePlays may be transferred to supported eReader devices, including the B&N Nook, Sony Reader, Kobo eReader, and many others. ePlays are also compatible with Android tablets and smartphones, the iPad, iPhone, and other mobile devices through the use of free eReader apps. Adobe Digital Editions can be used on your computer, laptop, and dedicated reading devices. Click here for the list of supported devices. ePlays are not compatible with the Amazon Kindle.

How do I download an ePlay?

Purchase your ePlay(s) from the DPS website by adding the ePlay(s) to your cart and completing the checkout process. AFTER you submit your order, you will see a download ePlay button next to each title on the Order Confirmation page. Click the "Download ePlay" button to receive your URLLink.acsm download link file. Click the URLLink.acsm file to download and open your ePlay in Adobe Digital Editions. If you do not see the URLLink.acsm file at the bottom of your screen, check your Downloads folder. If you close your Order Confirmation page before downloading your ePlay(s), just open your DPS Order Confirmation in your email inbox and click the download link next to the ePlay title.

Can I download my ePlay whenever I choose?

Download links (.acsm files) will only remain valid for fourteen days from date of purchase. Download your eplay as soon as you place your order, and save the file to your computer.To transfer ePlays to your eReader, Android tablet, smartphone or iOS device, see the appropriate sections.

Can you e-mail the ePlay to me?

You will receive an e-mail confirmation page which includes a download link to your ePlay. You must open or save the .acsm file (from the Order Confirmation page when you click "Download ePlay") to download your ePlay.

VIEWING ON SELECTED DEVICES

How do I view my ePlay on an Android tablet/smartphone or iOS device?

ePlays can only be read on Android and iOS (iPad/iPhone) devices with the use of eReader app from the app store that supports Adobe DRM, such as Bluefire Reader (For Android / For iOS devices). Please have the Bluefire Reader app installed before downloading your ePlay.

How do I view my ePlay on my Nook or other dedicated eReader device?

ePlays can be viewed on B&N Nook/Kobo eReader/Sony Reader and other dedicated reading devices. Please see the Adobe Digital Editions page for their list of supported devices. Step One: Close Adobe Digital Editions and connect your device to the computer. Step Two: Open Adobe Digital Editions. Your device will appear on the left side of the screen within Adobe Digital Editions. Step Three: Drag the ePlay to the icon of your eReader device on the left to copy it to the eReader.
Dedicated eReader Transfer Step Four: Eject the eReader from your computer and unplug the cable. Your ePlay should now appear on your eReader device.

How do I view my ePlay on my Kindle?

DPS ePlays are currently available in the widely suported ePub format. The ePub format is not supported by the Amazon Kindle, although all other devices do support it.

Can I use Adobe Acrobat or Reader to view my ePlay?

No, Adobe Acrobat/Reader cannot read copyrighted electronic publication files. They can only be read with Adobe Digital Edition.

ERROR MESSAGES/OTHER TECHNICAL QUESTIONS

I'm getting the error message "Acrobat could not open URLLink.acsm because it is either not a supported file type or because the file has been damaged." What do I do?

The .acsm file type has inadvertently associated with Adobe Acrobat/Reader. If you have Adobe Digital Editions installed, you will need to associate the file with Adobe Digital Editions.One option is to right-click on the .acsm file and choose "Open with" --> "Choose default program" and Browse to Adobe Digital Editions. Another option is to drag the .acsm file into Adobe Digital Editions and it should open from there.

Where are the downloaded ePlay files stored on my computer?

On Windows computers, ePlays are usually located in C:\Documents and Settings\[Your Username]\My Documents\My Digital Editions\Filename.epub. On Macintosh computers, ePlays are usually located in Documents\Digital Editions\Filename.epub.

I can't install Adobe Digital Editions, what do I do?

Adobe offers many helpful solutions for troubleshooting their software, please see their help page first: Adobe Digital Editions HelpThen if you are still unable to install Adobe Digital Editions, feel free to contact us via e-mail with a detailed description of the problem.

I'm getting the error message "Unable to download. Error getting License. License Server Communication Problem: E_ADEPT_NO_TOKEN." What do I do?

Sometimes web based e-mail providers (such as Hotmail) can corrupt the download link (.acsm file), please contact us via e-mail with a detailed description of the problem and we will look into the issue.

When downloading my ePlay, I get the error message "Page cannot be displayed or page is unavailable." What do I do?

The error you are receiving indicates that your ISP (Internet Service Provider) has blocked interaction with our Content Server and is keeping us from delivering your ePlay to you. It is occasionally blocked on public networks (such as school networks). You may ask your network administrator to allow a connection or use another ISP (your home ISP for example) to download your ePlay.

I've installed and authenticated my Adobe Digital Editions but my ePlay is still not opening in the program.

Please be sure that the version of Adobe Digital Editions you've installed is compatible with your Operating System: Adobe Digital Editions 4.0 is a new release and may not be compatible with your operating system. Please see your operating system's compatibility with Adobe Digital Editions on their system requirements page. If Adobe Digital Editions 4.0 does not work for you, I would advise installing the previous version, Adobe Digital Editions 3.0, freely available from the Adobe Digital Editions website.


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Blood and Gifts - ePublicationJ.T. Rogers
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Cock - ePublicationMike Bartlett
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Core Values - ePublicationSteven Levenson
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Cradle and All - ePublicationDaniel Goldfarb
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Dearly Departed - ePublicationDavid Bottrell and Jessie Jones
Death Tax - ePublicationLucas Hnath
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Distracted - ePublicationLisa Loomer
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The Dunes - ePublicationCraig Pospisil
Earth and Sky - ePublicationDouglas Post
Eat Your Heart Out - ePublicationCourtney Baron
The Electric Baby - ePublicationStefanie Zadravec
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An Empty Plate in the Café du Grand Boeuf - ePublicationMichael Hollinger
Equivocation - ePublicationBill Cain
Escanaba in da Moonlight - ePublicationJeff Daniels
Expecting Isabel - ePublicationLisa Loomer
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F2M - ePublicationPatricia Wettig
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The Fantod - ePublicationAmlin Gray
Farce of Nature - ePublicationJessie Jones, Nicholas Hope, Jamie Wooten
Faustus - ePublicationDavid Mamet
Figaro - ePublicationCharles Morey, freely adapted from Le Mariage de Figaro by Beaumarchais
Filming O'Keeffe - ePublicationEric Lane
Finks - ePublicationJoe Gilford
Fix Me, Jesus - ePublicationHelen Sneed
For This Moment Alone - ePublicationMarcia Kash
A Free Man of Color - ePublicationJohn Guare
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Fucking Men - ePublicationJoe DiPietro, adapted from La Ronde by Arthur Schnitzler
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Ghost-Writer - ePublicationMichael Hollinger
Gidion's Knot - ePublicationJohnna Adams
The Gifted Program - ePublicationRuben Carbajal
God of Vengeance - ePublicationDonald Margulies, adapted from the play by Sholom Asch, based on a literal translation by Joachim Neugroschel
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The Golden State (Wilson) - ePublicationLauren Wilson, inspired by Molière's The Miser
The Good Body - ePublicationEve Ensler
The Good Father - ePublicationChristian O'Reilly
Good People - ePublicationDavid Lindsay-Abaire
Good with People - ePublicationDavid Harrower
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The Government Inspector (Hatcher) - ePublicationadapted by Jeffrey Hatcher from the original by Nikolai Gogol
Grace - ePublicationCraig Wright
Grasses of a Thousand Colors - ePublicationWallace Shawn
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Handle With Care - ePublicationJason Odell Williams, Hebrew written by Charlotte Cohn
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The Happy Sad - ePublicationKen Urban
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Hearts Like Fists - ePublicationAdam Szymkowicz
Heresy - ePublicationA.R. Gurney
Him - ePublicationDaisy Foote
Honky - ePublicationGreg Kalleres
Horsedreams - ePublicationDael Orlandersmith
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The Hothouse - ePublicationHarold Pinter
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Last of the Boys - ePublicationSteven Dietz
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Life is Short - ePublicationCraig Pospisil
Live Broadcast - ePublicationJohn William Schiffbauer
Living Out - ePublicationLisa Loomer
Lonely, I'm Not - ePublicationPaul Weitz
Love Alone - ePublicationDeborah Salem Smith
Love Sick - ePublicationKristina Poe
The Lover - ePublicationHarold Pinter
Lucky Guy - ePublicationNora Ephron
The Lyons - ePublicationNicky Silver
M. Butterfly - ePublicationDavid Henry Hwang
Magic/Bird - ePublicationEric Simonson
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Mine - ePublicationLaura Marks
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The Missionary Position - ePublicationKeith Redin
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The Model Apartment - ePublicationDonald Margulies
Monte Carlo - ePublicationLydia Stryk
Months on End - ePublicationCraig Pospisil
Moonlight - ePublicationHarold Pinter
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Mr. Marmalade - ePublicationNoah Haidle
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Murder in Green Meadows - ePublicationDouglas Post
Murderers - ePublicationJeffrey Hatcher
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The North Pool - ePublicationRajiv Joseph
The Norwegians - ePublicationColin Denby Swanson
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Red Herring - ePublicationMichael Hollinger
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Ride - ePublicationEric Lane
Romance - ePublicationDavid Mamet
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Running - ePublicationArlene Hutton
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Scott and Hem - ePublicationMark St. Germain
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The Twenty-Seventh Man - ePublicationNathan Englander
Two Sisters and a Piano - ePublicationNilo Cruz
Two Things You Don't Talk About at Dinner - ePublicationLisa Loomer
The Unavoidable Disappearance of Tom Durnin - ePublicationSteven Levenson
Under the Whaleback - ePublicationRichard Bean
A User's Guide to Hell, Featuring Bernard Madoff - ePublicationLee Blessing
The Vagina Monologues - ePublicationEve Ensler
Valhalla - ePublicationPaul Rudnick
The Vandal - ePublicationHamish Linklater
Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike - ePublicationChristopher Durang
The Vast Difference - ePublicationJeff Daniels
The Velocity of Autumn - ePublicationEric Coble
Vigils - ePublicationNoah Haidle
Villainous Company - ePublicationAmlin Gray
The Voysey Inheritance - ePublicationHarley Granville-Barker, adapted by David Mamet
The Waiting Room - ePublicationLisa Loomer
Walter Cronkite is Dead. - ePublicationJoe Calarco
Warrior Class - ePublicationKenneth Lin
Water by the Spoonful - ePublicationQuiara Alegría Hudes
We are Here - ePublicationTracy Thorne
We Live Here - ePublicationZoe Kazan
What Every Girl Should Know - ePublicationMonica Byrne
What is the Cause of Thunder? - ePublicationNoah Haidle
What Rhymes with America - ePublicationMelissa James Gibson
Where We're Born - ePublicationLucy Thurber
Who am I This Time? (& Other Conundrums of Love) - ePublicationAaron Posner, adapted from stories by Kurt Vonnegut
Why Torture is Wrong, and the People Who Love Them - ePublicationChristopher Durang
Wild with Happy - ePublicationColman Domingo
Wit - ePublicationMargaret Edson
Wittenberg - ePublicationDavid Davalos
Work Song: Three Views of Frank Lloyd Wright - ePublicationJeffrey Hatcher and Eric Simonson
WTC View - ePublicationBrian Sloan
Yankee Tavern - ePublicationSteven Dietz
You Better Sit Down: Tales from My Parents’ Divorce - ePublicationAnne Kauffman, Matthew Maher, Caitlin Miller, Jennifer R. Morris, Janice Paran, and Robbie Collier Sublett
Zones of the Spirit - ePublicationAmlin Gray