Thirty Short Comedy Plays for Teens

Author: Laurie Allen

Publisher: Meriwether Pub


Category: Drama

Page: 175

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Provides thirty short comedies for performance by teenagers, organized by cast size and including plays requiring from two to more than six actors.
Literary Criticism

A Study Guide for Arthur Miller's "The Ride Down Mt. Morgan"

Author: Gale, Cengage Learning

Publisher: Gale, Cengage Learning


Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 24

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A Study Guide for Arthur Miller's "The Ride Down Mt. Morgan" , excerpted from Gale's acclaimed Drama for Students.This concise study guide includes plot summary; character analysis; author biography; study questions; historical context; suggestions for further reading; and much more. For any literature project, trust Drama for Students for all of your research needs.

Play Library Service

Author: University of South Carolina. Extension Division



Category: Drama


View: 102

Biography & Autobiography

Susie . . . Wait!

Author: Helga Harris

Publisher: iUniverse


Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 232

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As a young child, Helga admired an older girl named Susie, and had told herself that if she were ever lucky enough to have a daughter, she would name her Susie. Helgas dream comes true. When, at age fifty-four, Susie is diagnosed with cancer, Harris resorts to journaling, not only to help her understand the horrific circumstances, but to chronicle these events in her life as well as Susies. Helga explores all aspects of their relationship ... the closeness of mother and daughter, as well as the divisiveness and disappointments. Within the small but closely-knit Harris family, a matter of utmost concern is Ali, Susies fourteen-year-old daughter, adopted when abandoned as a baby in China. The matriarch, now in her eighties, finds herself coping with a granddaughter in the throes of teenaged angst, heightened by the possibility of once again being abandoned by her mother. Harris writes with heart-wrenching honesty, revealing emotions that run the gamut from anguish, confusion, disbelief, frustration, to humor and hope for a miracle that she doesnt really believe in. She rues the sins of commission and omission on both her part and Susies. But always, there is unconditional love for her family and their celebrations and traditions. Helga pleads: Susie ... WAIT!