THE QUEUE A Novella and WARRIORS A Trilogy of Plays On Aging: The QUEUE, A Novella AND WARRIORS, A Trilogy Of Plays
Aging, generational conflict and mortality are the themes of The Queue, a novella and Warriors, a trilogy of plays. Set in the not-too-distant future, The Queue describes the horrors faced by citizens of advanced age when they are forced by a planetary leader into a seemingly endless line toward an unknown destination. Joining the queue to assist his parents, a middle-aged narrator describes the ordeals that he and his companions endure over a challenging 40 days. In a trilogy of absurdist drama, Warriors offers three humorist takes on aging, each of them grappling with end-of-life scenarios.
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