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Author:Rosa Nagle
ICWP Member?:Yes
Nearest Large City:Ashland
Country:United States
Play Title:On The Death Of June
Runtime:11-30 minutes
Synopsis:Mary, a highly intelligent, hypersensitive woman, along with her childhood friend Louisa beside her, tries to cope with the death of her sister, June. Incapable of facing reality, Mary shuts her husband, Robert, and Louisa, out of her thoughts. Yet, they, too, are grieving the loss of their dear June, for different (and, perhaps illicit, reasons).

Flitting often into her own thoughts and dreams, using tarot cards and any divination possible, Mary fights in vain, as do those closest to her, to help understand this tragedy. But, how did June die?
Max. Cast:13
Min. Cast:9
Theme:We create our own reality
Web Page:https://newplayexchange.org/users/1650/rosa-nagle
First Name:Rosa
Last Name:Nagle
Notes:Murder mystery written in an experimental style. The audience is given 3 scenarios, and asked to choose for themselves the answer to the question "How did June die?"