An enjoyable and enlightening production including stories and experiences of the LDS prophet, Brigham Young, as told by himself, with others helping along in this one-man show — that can be presented with a little creativity as a multi-actor show. Spend an hour with the man the world thinks it knows, and find out who Brigham really was. The movie version of the play was presented at the LDS Film Festival on March 1st, 2018. Will work especially well in a multi-actor version as a reader’s theatre or a full production. This is the show that started the phenomenon of One-person shows in the Church.
- 1M solo show (Can be adapted into a reader’s theatre format using additional performers)
- Simple setting with props & furniture
- Costumes of the mid-19th Century
- About 90 minutes
- ORDER #2085
- The PERUSAL PAGES file (in PDF format) is available here: HeresBrother Brigham PERUSAL
- The video version of the play is available at: James Arrington Productions
- Or you can read the entire play (along with many other plays in our catalog) in the Anthology: Saints On Stage (Available from Zarahemla Books)
REHEARSAL MATERIALS AVAILABLE
- Performance License Application: No production rights can be granted until this application is filled out and sent to us. This is a filler form that after you click “SUBMIT” will send directly to our email address. Response averages 2-3 business days.
- Script in PDF format — Order #2085a : $20.00 (will be sent to you by email, from which you will be authorized to make copies for your production)
- First Performance Amateur/Educational Royalty — Order #2085d : $50 (for the first or only performance)
- Second Performance Amateur/Educational Royalty — Order #2085e : $40 (For each successive performance)
- Professional Royalties will be quoted upon application
- EMAIL us for rights and information. Be sure to give us anticipated performance dates and the address of your group and, if different, your theatre. Please also include a contact name and phone number.
- Extensive tours over the years to many locales throughout the United States and the world
- Nelke Experimental Theatre, BYU — 1976
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