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Shakespeare and the Indians
Allan Jay Friedman
A young boy who survives a wagon train massacre is taken in by three rugged, rambunctious mountain men. The boy is the only one who can read, and the only book they have is a collection of plays by Shakespeare—and across time and space the Bard touches the lives of the boy, the mountain men and then the Indians! A missionary couple, without children, offers the boy a dramatic choice as to what his life will be—a choice in which the mountain men, the Indians and Shakespeare all have a part. The thrilling score includes the wistful "Who Is This Woman," the haunting "How Do You Know?" and the showstopping "Ain't That Langwidge Though!" This is a special and utterly fulfilling show that catches a special moment in our experience. Area staging.
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|Play Type: ||Musical|
|Runtime: ||97 minutes|
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|Total Characters: ||11|
|Male Characters: ||9|
|Female Characters: ||2|
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|Publisher: ||Dramatic Publishing|
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