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Huck Finn - Full Length Play

Huck Finn

Eric Coble, Mark Twain

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10m, 9f

ISBN: 9780822224846

The great American novel comes to life in a thrilling new adaptation. …

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"The kids at Friday's school performance loved it. So will your kids…Coble's challenges were considerable. Twain's book is not a children’s book, though it is propelled down the mighty Mississippi by boyhood adventuring. It is a book, often misguidedly banned from high-school libraries…about a young man's inner struggle to defy the morality of his time and to do the right thing: help his friend, a slave, to freedom. Coble had to get that onto the stage in a way that would engage rather than enrage his audience…[he] succeeds admirably." —Cleveland Plain Dealer. "A highly theatrical, cohesive whole…Coble's layered adaptation embraces Twain's exploration of race in nineteenth-century America and asks: 'What is the world telling you, and does that line up with what your heart is telling you—and how do you create a life between those two poles?'" —News-Herald.


10m, 9f


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Eric Coble

Eric Coble

People find this hard to believe, but Eric Coble was born in Edinburgh, Scotland and raised on the Navajo and Ute reservations in New Mexico and Colorado, playing with rocks, sticks, seeing 1940′s serials at the movie theatre thirty miles away, and wandering the desert with his friends trying to avoid cactus until he was 15 years old.Much of that time was spent writing/drawing comics and rigging ... view full profile

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