The town's most controversial citizen dies an untimely and mysterious death in the final installment of the author's The Missouri Trilogy
which spans several months in a drought stricken Ozarks community in the late 1950s. The death sets the stage for the airing of old grievances, the uncovering of long held prejudices, the mourning for lost loves and ultimately the offering of new hope. This powerful play features vivid characters and tart dialogue laced with gentle humor, providing a tender portrait of a bygone era while exploring themes of contemporary significance.
Other plays in The Missouri Trilogy:
One Eyed Venus and The Brothers
"Well written, intense, moving. We find in this author moments of pure poetry." - Mario Fratti in American OGGI