THE REFLECTION POOL ADDENDUM - It Was a Privilege - Sarah

Author Nancy Geyer
Houston, Texas

MONOLOGUE DESCRIPTION                                  

Time: Contemporary                                

Situation: Sarah still misses her father and feels it was a privilege to care for him when he was older.  

Subject Matter: Fathers, Daughters, Love, Devotion, Loneliness, Grief, Losing a Parent

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    Full-Length Play
  • Character Age
    Adult 40-50, Adult 50-60
  • Character Gender Ident./Sexual Orient.
    Female
  • Character Ethnicity
    Universal
  • Genre
    Drama
  • Period
    Contemporary
  • Length
    2 min or less
  • Writer Gender Identity/Sexual Orientation
    Female
  • Writer Ethnicity
    White
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