Blaire has everything—good looks, popularity and a brain. It's her senior year, and she's going to be valedictorian. No one is surprised when she is chosen homecoming queen. Her friends are delighted—everybody likes her. Then Blaire finds out that she has cancer. The play has fun, excitement and some tears. All but one of the characters are teenage. Audiences of all ages enjoy it. Young people see themselves; adults see their children in familiar situations and recall their own teen years. Her Senior Year makes you think. Learn More
This experimental one-act play combines elements of ancient tomb rituals, Mayan temple dramas and medieval morality plays into a contemporary dramatic structure in which a human being ultimately embodies the moral voice and vision of his people. Learn More
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This large-cast experimental play combines elements of ancient tomb rituals, Mayan temple dramas and medieval morality plays into a contemporary dramatic structure in which a human being ultimately embodies the moral voice and vision of his people. Learn More
This experimental play combines elements of ancient tomb rituals, Mayan temple dramas and medieval morality plays into a contemporary dramatic structure in which we see a human being ultimately embody the moral voice and vision of his people. Learn More
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10m., 8w., with doubling, or increase the cast number by distributing the 49 roles.
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