THE REFLECTION POOL ADDENDUM - I Send For You - Martina

Author Nancy Geyer
Houston, Texas

MONOLOGUE DESCRIPTION                                

Time: Contemporary                                

Situation: Martina’s father has gone ahead to the US to prepare the way for her family to join him. She keeps hoping that all his hard work and sacrifice will pay off. She is working hard to be ready for when the time comes.

Subject Matter: Fathers, Daughters, Immigration, Hope, Love, Sacrifice

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  • Source
    Full-Length Play
  • Character Age
    Early Teen (13-15), Teen (16-18)
  • Character Gender Ident./Sexual Orient.
    Female
  • Character Ethnicity
    Latin@/x - Hispanic
  • Genre
    Drama
  • Period
    Contemporary
  • Length
    2 min or less
  • Writer Gender Identity/Sexual Orientation
    Female
  • Writer Ethnicity
    White
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