What's the best way to learn about the different periods in theatre history? By example, of course! In "A Brief History of Theatre," the audience is taken on a tour of theatre history by presenting (almost) the same story in three styles: Ancient Greek, Elizabethan, and Modern Musical. The fourth wall is irreparably broken as two Announcers introduce and comment on three separate yet inseparable plays: "Four Against a Serpent," "All's Well That's Dressed in Armor," and "Sammy & Kate." Designed for flexible casting, the show has twenty-three speaking roles (not counting the Greek Chorus) and room for plenty of extras, but can be performed with as few as nine actors of any gender.
Experience the true life and times of a schizophrenic Explore the interesting true life story of a schizophrenic from a normal childhood to the events that lead to her illness. Discover the trials and tribulations that a schizophrenic must endure throughout their lifetime. Learn to recognize and understand some of the unusual behavior of these individuals who suffer from this chronic illness. Having the perspective of a schizophrenic will bring a new aspect for coping with relationships involving family and friends. While lying on a hospital bed during the birth of her first child, all she could hear was breath Bobbie breath. Suddenly she awoke from death throwing the bed sheet covering her head and was desperately gasping for air. She had died for a few moments but the illness was not discovered until five years later and that is when her dark journey began. On a cold January night, the wind was blowing; Bobbie began to experience whispering voices when she looked out the window and saw the dark figure of a man walking along the tree line, suddenly there was a presence on the roof of her brother's house and she heard the devil's voice proclaiming that he was going to take her son. She replied Oh hell you will take me instead!
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