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Never Mind What Happened, How Did It End?
Never Mind What Happened, How Did It End?
By David Rogers.

Cast: 19m., 19w. (fewer with doubling.) This deft and charming comedy is one of David Rogers' most unusual plays. Contemporary in subject matter and nostalgic in execution, the story investigates the changing attitudes toward young love over three generations, beginning in the present with 18-year-old Ann, her mother, Donna, and her grandmother, Penny, who was a fabulous movie star. The interplay and counterpoint of the scenes of the three young girls in different times offer an intriguing overview of young people today, yesterday and the day before that. One int. set.

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Status:  In Stock
Type of show:  Full-Length
Catalog Code:  N11
Cast Size:  38
No. of Act(s):  2
Pages:  87
Royalty:  $80.00 /perf.*
Cost:  $9.95
Approx. Running Time:  110 min.
Target Audience: Middle School | High School | College and Adult | Family (All Audiences)
Performing Group: High Schools | College Theatre | Community Theatre
Genre: Comedy
ISBN (10): 0871291037
David Rogers, Broadway playwright who has written for television, opera and night clubs as well as authored five novels and many short stories, died June 5, 2013, in Westport, Conn. He was 85 years old. Of his six Broadway shows, he was best known for his 1981 Tony- nominated musical Charlie and Algernon, for which he wrote the book and ...More
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