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Dramatists Play Service Inc, 2003 - Drama - 84 pages
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THE STORY: One evening ten-year-old Rhona goes missing. Her mother, Nancy, retreats into a state of frozen hope. Agnetha, an American academic, comes to England to research a thesis: "Serial Killing—A Forgivable Act?" Then there's Ralph, a loner who's looking for some distraction. Drawn together by horrific circumstances, these three embark on a long, dark journey which finally curves upward into the light. Angry, humane and compassionate, FROZEN is an extraordinary play that entwines the lives of a murderer, the mother of one of his victims and his psychologist to explore our capacity for forgiveness, remorse and change after an act that would seem to rule them out entirely.

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User Review  - Chuck O'Connor - Goodreads

This is a fascinating play. The subject matter is visceral - specifically the serial killing of children, and generally what we become when we get locked inside grief. Lavery tells her story as a ... Read full review

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