by Scott C. Sickles
A bride visits her groom in prison… still in her wedding dress! Two women bury the body of their blackmailer. A composer returns home after an accident has taken away their talent and passion. Lucrezia Borgia, Aimee Semple McPherson, and the Devil rehearse a Nativity play in Purgatory.
Four visions of Hell: romantic, gothic, artistic, and theatrical.
In four short plays that can be performed as an evening or individually:
BULLETPROOF LOVE (1F/1M)
THE FALLOW GARDEN (2F)
O, FOR A MUSE OF FIRE (2A)
SOMEWHERE SOUTH OF BETHLEHEM (2F/1M(or A))
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A collection of short plays that together give us a vision of what Hell is really like: missed opportunities, lost love, unsatisfying vengeance, and the arrogance of hubris in the hands of frail humanity. Each one of these four plays comes at us from different directions, with different motives and methods, and yet it’s all so clearly done that you find yourself nodding in agreement and wondering where you may fall — so to speak — in these situations. Also, funny as hell. Great work from a master craftsman.
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