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Grindling Gibbons and the Plague of London - Full Length Play, Drama

Grindling Gibbons and the Plague of London

Brian Way

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Full Length Play, Drama

30m, 10f

ISBN: 9780874408072

An exciting, swashbuckling costume drama concerning a struggling young woodcarver attempting to gain recognition and support in 17th Century London. The story is related as a mother's folk tale to her son during the Blitz of World War II. Exceptional opportunities for audience participation and recr…

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$19.95
: Acting Edition

Minimum Fee: $75 per performance


Description

Full Length Play

Drama

Theatre for Young Audiences, Docudrama/Historic

FEATURES / CONTAINS

Audience Participation/Interactive

An exciting, swashbuckling costume drama concerning a struggling young woodcarver attempting to gain recognition and support in 17th Century London. The story is related as a mother's folk tale to her son during the Blitz of World War II. Exceptional opportunities for audience participation and recreating the atmosphere of London during the Great Plague and Fire of the 1660's.
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CASTING

30m, 10f

CASTING ATTRIBUTES

Reduced casting (Doubling Possible)

CASTING NOTES

Can be performed with a minimum cast of 8m, 4 female

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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