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Silent Snow, Secret Snow - Short Play, Drama

Silent Snow, Secret Snow

Tim Kelly, Susan Carle, Conrad Aiken

Short Play, Drama

6m, 5f

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Short Play


 "The narrowing world of Paul Hasleman" is the description of the locale of this play about a sensitive high-school student whose addiction to daydreaming leads him to an obsession with his visions of snow. Even in a school classroom with the teacher or a girlfriend talking to him, Paul uses his inner sight to live in an encroaching imaginary world of snowdrifts and promises of peace, remoteness, cold and sleep. Is it the edge of insanity? Possession? Another dimension? An opportunity for creativity as the snow becomes more and more personal. Bare stage w/props.


6m, 5f

Tim Kelly

Tim Kelly

Kelly was born in Saugus, Massachusetts on October 2, 1932. He graduated from Emerson College with a bachelor's degree and received a masters degree in play-writing from Yale University. His first stage play was Widow's Walk, published in the 1960s. At the same time, three of his plays opened: A Darker Flower at New York's Pocket Theatre, The Trunk and All That Jazz at Boston's Image Theatre, and ... view full profile

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Conrad Aiken

Conrad Aiken

Conrad Potter Aiken was born in Savannah, Georgia, on August 5, 1889. When he was a small boy, his father killed his mother and committed suicide himself, a tragedy that had a profound impact on Aiken’s development. He was raised by a great-great-aunt in Massachusetts and graduated from Harvard in 1912, the same period as T. S. Eliot and E. E. Cummings. During this time, he was also a contributing ... view full profile

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