Item description for Sarah Mae and Her Kin Folk: Monologues and Dialogues with a Mountain Point of View by Gail Blanton...
Overview "From the Publisher:" Sarah Mae was introduced to actors in Gail Blanton's first collection, And the Race Goes On, in the monologue "Sarah Mae's Offering." In answer to their requests for Sarah Mae scripts, playwright Blanton gives us a whole passel of monologues and sketches that feature Sarah Mae herself and her kinfolk. Among the many uses for a number of scripts in this collection are for high school speech and acting competitions; dinner theatres, as sermon starters, and anyplace where thought provoking and warmhearted entertainment is needed. Nonroyalty.
Publishers Description (Lillenas Publications). A collection for commenting on family struggles, concerns and values. Christian living examined in a warm but uncompromising way make these sketches great for services and evangelism. Choose the full-length play in the back of the book for a special program or dinner theatre, and use the sketches as teasers in the weeks leading up to the production. Sarah Mae and her kinfolk are some of the most interesting people you'll ever meet. Based on a character developed by playwright Gail Blanton, Sarah Mae has become Everywoman, but with a mountain dialect. The topics are so universal that they will be understood and accepted by most everyone in the audience. Most will leave Sarah Mae's presence believing that she and her kinfolk actually exist and in a way they do, in Blanton's memories.
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Studio: Lillenas Drama
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.99" Width: 6.85" Height: 0.51" Weight: 0.51 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 1997
Publisher Lillenas Drama
ISBN 0834196565 ISBN13 9780834196568 UPC 083061559823