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Synopsis: Play script with lots of physicality including mime, clowning and simple acrobatics, this play offers good comedic roles for all the characters. Excellent for elementary and middle schools, theatre camps and community theatres. Simple set. Circus costumes, or contemporary. Cast: 24 with doubling, or up to 40. Many gender-free roles.
Amy Anderson discovers her Grandfather's magic trunk in the attic. When she falls asleep her dreams take her on an unforgettable adventure with Coco, a mute clown, into the circus world. She finds and rescues an array of circus performers suspended in time. They were banished by the curse of Ivan the Madman, evil nemesis of her Grandfather. Amy takes the performers back into the safe haven of her attic so they may again perform the 'Greatest Show on Earth'.
About the Author:
Raymond Shurtz was the Artistic Director of Cheap
Theatrix in Phoenix, Arizona, and has worked in the profession for
twenty years. As a playwright, he is published with Samuel French and
Anchorage Press and is the author of twenty eight plays. He was the
recipient of The AriZona Commission on the Arts Play Writing Fellowship
in 2002 for his memoir play, 'Blue Baby, A Memoir'. As an actor, he
has played everything from Leadville Johnny Brown to Shakespeare s
Petruchio . Raymond also loves designing, but above all, he loves
creating original theatre, and thrives on new and raw material.
He also taught theatre at Metro Arts, A Visual and Performing Arts High School.
Title: Amy's Attic
Publisher: Anchorage Pr
Publication Date: 1997
Book Condition: New
Book Description Anchorage Pr, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0876023553