Gretel is in a coma. In the course of finding out how she got there, this gripping story unfolds through flashback, the reactions of those around her, speculation, and visual dramatic devices. In the end, the cause of Gretel's coma is not as clear-cut as might be expected. Requiring a minimum cast of 17 but capable of handling a much larger performance group, Gretel’s story is presented with a mix of psychological realism, ensemble performance, monologue, and improvisation.
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Andrew Fusek Peter is an Anglo-Czech poet, storyteller, didgeridoo player, broadcaster, anthologist, author and creative writing tutor with an international reputation. He has worked in thousands of schools, libraries, arts centres and literary festivals, giving lively performances and running workshops for all ages and abilities. Polly Peters is a drama teacherReview:
Valuable for sheer inventiveness and fascinating staging techniques . . . scrupulous suggestions for stage-crafting make all things seem possible.” Times Educational Supplement
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