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Coming Of Age — A Play about Aging

Posted on Mar 2, 2014 in Plays, Senior Theatre, Seniors in Cast, Women Playwrights and Composers

A Play by Shirlee Hurst Shields (For production by Professional, Amateur, Educational, College/University, High School groups) Adult and Family Audiences. No matter who you are, where you are, or what you are doing, there are two things ever present in your life that you cannot control: aging and the passage of time. This is a symbolic play within a play. Time and age are represented, respectively, by a large grandfather clock (FATHER TIME) and a young actress who portrays the dual role of Julie/ MOTHER AGE. The story follows Joan and Jerry from their marriage to retirement. Mothers-in-law, pregnancy, mid-life crisis, empty nest syndrome, life, love and sex after 60 bring a thoughtful humor to this play. The aging process is controlled by MOTHER AGE while time passes with the aid of FATHER TIME. The characters are very conscious...

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