Meg

Meg

A Play in Three Acts

Book - 2008
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3m, 2f / Platforms, moveable props American College Theatre Festival Winner. Base on the life of Margaret More Roper. The political and ruthless male hierarchies of Henry VIII and the Church are offstage forces imprisoning Meg, a unique woman isolated from her time and environment through the gift and curse of her developed intellect. MEG intertwines several themes and levels: It is the story of Sir Thomas More seen through his daughter's eyes, it's about a young wife and mother - and it's also an exploration of the father-daughter relationship painfully becoming a man-woman one - as Meg discovers "both diminish in size." It's not a history play - rather a play about history - and the ignored role women have played in history.
Publisher: New York : Samuel French, [2008]
Edition: Reissue ed.
ISBN: 9780573612862
0573612862
Branch Call Number: 812 VOGEL
Characteristics: 74 p. ; 21 cm.

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