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Lantern, The - Short Play, Drama

Lantern, The

Brian Way

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Short Play, Drama

2m, 2f

ISBN: MSBP000000011

NOTICE: Please be advised, this title is from the Samuel French Vault and is made from a scan of an archived manuscript. We hope you’ll treasure this glimpse into theatre history.

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Description

Short Play

Drama

Fantasy, Theatre for Young Audiences

60 minutes (1 hour)

FEATURES / CONTAINS

Audience Participation/Interactive

To an old lighthouse come several people to investigate what really happened one hundred years ago when a storm wrecked many ships. The magic power of the old lighthouse lantern stimulates three remarkable visions -- a future world that is run totally by machinery and gadgets; a noisy, polluted city standing at the side of the lighthouse; and a vision of the past revealing how the ships were destroyed.
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2m, 2f

Author

Brian Way

Brian Way (1923 – 2006), a British teacher, director, and writer, is credited with originating educational theater for children. He and Margaret Faulkes, in founding the Theatre Center in London, introduced the concept of informal theatrical performances in school, and the expansion of arts education. In his lifetime he wrote over 50 plays, including Pinocchio, The Mirrorman, and Sleeping Beauty, ... view full profile

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