of Virginia and Alabama by Dawson
Southern. In tenuous charge of the homestead. Somewhat sad, somewhat
vindictive. Talks to the audience.
Southern. The nervous but determined brother of Virginia. Talks to the
Also Southern, but from the other side of the tracks. Donaldís
brother and sister Virginia and Donald are at odds. Donald loves Missy Sue
and hopes to marry her. Virginia will have none of it and takes matters into
her own hands.
The present. The spacious entry hall to Virginia and Donaldís home.
Essentially a living room with typical furniture. There is an entrance from
the outside, upstage center. All the exits and entrances to the rest of the
house come from random parts of the stage, with no consistency. The play
takes place in a mythical, gentile South.
About this Playwright
Dawson Moore works for Prince William Sound Community
College as the Coordinator of the Last Frontier Theatre Conference and the
head of their Playwriting AFA program. His own plays have been produced
across the country and Bologna, Italy. He has won national awards for his
short comedies Bile in the Afterlife, In a Red Sea, The Peach, The Bus,
Burning, The Fears of Harold Shivvers, and Domestic Companion. He is the
Co-Founding Artistic Director of San Franciscoís Three Wise Monkeys Theatre
Company and one of four members of Three Wise Moose in Anchorage, Alaska,
where they produce the Alaska Overnighters and the Donít Blink One-Page Play
Festival with TBA Theatre Company. Visit him online at
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