Moving on by Maureen Brady Johnson

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Author
Maureen Brady Johnson
Publisher
Samuel French, Inc.
Date of release
Pages
42
ISBN
9780874403107
Binding
Paperback
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PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC
Rating
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Book review

Dramatic Comedy

Characters: 11 female (possible doubling for a smaller cast)

Simple staging

Length: 45 minutes

This collection is filled with winners. Every play is an award winner and has been performed around the country. Each part gives an actress a chance to put in a winning performance. From the quirky characters in Rock, Paper, Scissors to the exercising ladies in Harvesting the Marigold Seeds; from the two caretakers of all the unborn babies in Limbo and with the final appearance of God, these characters will delight audiences from start to finish. Moving On is a hilarious evening of short plays that will have the audience laughing, crying and thinking about how women face the challenges of moving on while staying connected to the past. A winning combination!

"Moments of comic genius...huge laughs with each of her lines" - Justin Steensma, Managing Director, Pro Musica Tours, NY

"A palpable hit for an enthusiastic audience" - Alan Woods, ICWP Archives at the Lawrence and Lee Theatre Research Institute, The Ohio State University

"The beauty of these plays is that the playwright doesn't tell you how to play it, she leaves the door open for you to discover the richness of the subtext." - Rose Leininger, Artistic Director, Red Hen Productions


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