Revolutionary Witness: And, Nobody Here But Us Chickens
"Revolutionary Witness" was written to mark the anniversary of Bastille Day and is a set of four monologues by characters whose lives were changed. "Nobody Here" is a collection of three short plays about being handicapped, which try through farce to turn the tables on common preconceptions.
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