Man in Snow
Full Length Play, Drama / 4m, 2f
"In exploring the pain of loss, the possibility of reconciliation, and the random - or perhaps not so random - workings of fate, Man in Snowgoes to some raw and primal places, especially in its haunting finale [...] A fine play" - The Boston Globe
"In exploring the pain of loss, the possibility of reconciliation, and the random - or perhaps not so random - workings of fate, Man in Snow goes to some raw and primal places, especially in its haunting finale [...] A fine play." - The Boston Globe, Read More
- Strong Language
- Minimum Fee: $75 per performance
- Time Period: Contemporary
- Duration: 90 minutes
- Setting: A Cabin on Mt. McKinley (a/k/a Denali), Alaska.
The present and past, from David’s memory.
- Additional Features: No intermission
- Features / Contains: Contemporary Costumes / Street Clothes
FRANNY - Slightly younger than David, British, beautiful, dark-haired, energetic, outgoing.
MR. TAKAYAMA - 89 (can be played by much younger actor), Japanese, white haired, gentle. Same actor plays POLICEMAN.
CONNIE - 65, American, white-haired, portly, jolly, a player. Same actor plays DETECTIVE.
EMILY - Late 30s, beautiful, much like her mother, but American. Same actress plays STEWARDESS.
JOEY - Mid-30s, handsome, athletic.
- Role(s) for Asian Actor(s)
- Parts for Senior Actors
Man in Snow was developed from a radio play of the same title that premiered on BBC Radio 4 in 1998. The play premiered in New York at La Mama Theatre in December 2016 under the direction of Israel Horovitz.