by Jerry Walker
(Perfect for Senior Theatre groups and all others who perform for Senior audiences.)
A long-married older couple looks back on a life well-lived. He plays the curmudgeon, she the ever-willing-to-listen wife, as they try to live their lives with dignity and humor facing the onset of a place they have never really faced before.
- 1m 1f
- SETTING: a simple kitchen counter and a door
- COSTUMES: Contemporary
RUNNING TIME: About 15 minutes
- Order #3220
Part of the compilation play WE AIN’T DEAD YET!
- PERUSAL SCRIPT: The PDF of the first act of the script is available: TheCranesPERUSAL
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- Script in PDF format — Order #3220a : $10.00 (will be sent to you by email, from which you will be authorized to print copies for your production)
- First Performance Amateur/Educational Royalty — Order #3220d : $15.00
- Second Performance Amateur/Educational Royalty — Order #3220e : $15.00
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- READING: Hiram Arts Center, Hiram, Maine — May, 2019
The Cranes: Harry and Evelyn
a play for Seniors by
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“The Cranes: Harry and Evelyn” is presented through special arrangement with Leicester Bay Theatricals. All authorized materials are also supplied by LBT, www.leicesterbaytheatricals.com
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