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“Felicity's Family Tree”


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Gall-Clayton, Nancy J. (American playwright, writer, writing instructor, February 6, 1946-____), “Felicity's Family Tree,”

a 15-minute drama in English, set in a small, shabbily-furnished apartment, Saturday afternoon, 2001,

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  •  © 2000 by Nancy J. Gall-Clayton;  •  script/rights available from Nancy Gall-Clayton, 1375 South Second Street, Louisville, Kentucky 40208-2303, U.S.A., e-mail nancygallclayton@earthlink.net, telephone (home) 502-636-5836, fax 502-634-8751.  •  Cited by Nancy Gall-Clayton via ftp January 6, 2002; Gall-Clayton says,

  §  Dramatis Personae Felicity (f), __, an elderly woman; Myra (f), __, a social worker.

  §  Synopsis “An elderly woman with no family has created a fantasy family and spends all her time collecting photos and stories of her made-up relatives. When her social worker learns that she old woman has been raiding trash cans (looking for Uncle Marion's photo)—in her nightgown—she decides her client’s obsession has become dangerous and uses the power of her office to do what she thinks is right.

  §  Comment “One scene. For quick set changes, the many photos Felicity will sift through (as well as her scrapbook and journal) can be placed on a large tray.”

  §  Themes elderly, family, fantasy, generation gap, loneliness, social work.
 

See also Nancy J. Gall-Clayton’s

 

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