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A Woman Without a Name - Full Length Play

A Woman Without a Name

Romulus Linney

Full Length Play

5m, 4f

ISBN: 9780822212690

The place is a small American town. The time 1900. As the play begins …

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A lyrical, moving and deeply felt study of a simple, God-fearing woman who surmounts a life beset by tragedy and disappointment to find self-recognition and fulfillment. Based on the author's novel, SLOWLY, BY THY HAND UNFURLED, and first produced by the Denver Center Theatre Company, the play combines starkly simple staging and choreographical movement to achieve its stunning impact. "…it's an exquisite piece of playwrighting—streets ahead of the average stuff you see around town." —NY Post. "A WOMAN WITHOUT A NAME is a hauntingly moving ode to an unusual human being." —Denver City Edition. "It's the kind of play that leaves you awed, pensive and affected." —KVOD Denver. "…stimulating and absorbing." —Variety.


5m, 4f

Romulus Linney

Romulus Linney

Romulus Linney was the author of three novels, many short stories, and forty plays, staged throughout the United States and abroad. They include The Sorrows of Frederick, Holy Ghosts, Childe Byron, Heathen Valley, 2, and a stage adaptation of Ernest Gaines' novel, A Lesson Before Dying.He won two OBIE awards, one for Sustained Excellence in Playwriting, two National Critics Awards, three ... view full profile

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