Kennedy's Children: A Play in Two Acts

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Samuel French, Inc., 1976 - American drama - 57 pages
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Five lost souls are gathered in a bar, Valentine's Day, 1974: Wanda, a secretary now schoolteacher, keeping John Kennedy's memory alive despite the inevitable slurs; Sparger, an actor grown bitter and cynical as New York's vital underground theatre movement becomes a commericial wasteland; Rona, an political activist who sees the movement collapsing from self-indulgence and apathy; Mark, a Viet Nam veteran, now a confused, dissipated drug addict and Carla, an dipsomaniacal actress channeling Marilyn Monroe. Through distinctive, compelling monologues, the author limns both the birth and end of era and it's dreams.
 

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A superb cross-section of the lives of several survivors of the tumultuous Sixties, looking back now with weary--and witty--perspective. A must-read, and a great play to perform.

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I find Neil Simon sort of hit or miss, but this play is pretty funny. I'm doing the part of Bobbi... need to start studying lines at some point. Read full review

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Section 1
3
Section 2
4
Section 3
27
Section 4
48
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