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Horton, G. L. (aka Geralyn Horton, American playwright, critic/reviewer, actor, director, 1940-____), “The Prophet Freeman,”

a 20-minute drama in English,

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; • © 1987 by Geralyn Horton; • in G. L. Horton’s The Prophet Freeman (Newton, Massachusetts, U.S.A.: The Author, 1987); • scripts/rights available from G. L. Horton, 49 Washington Park, Newton, Massachusetts 02460, U.S.A., telephone 617-630-9704, e-mail g.l.horton@mindspring.com. • The script is online at http://www.stagepage.info. • Cited by playwright via e-mail, July 9, 1995; Horton says,

§ Dramatis Personae Dramatis Personae Frank Tibbets (m), 35, a midwestern farmer, Merilee (f), Frank's wife, The Prophet Freeman (m), uncertain age, a wonder-working preacher.

§ Synopsis “Merilee wants to write an article for her local paper about a cult figure who has been preaching salvation by revolution to her embattled neighbors who one by one are being forced to leave their family farms. She is amazed to discover that her husband Frank knows this Prophet, has listened to his preaching, and may even be a convert himself.

§ Comment “Produced in one of the Playwrights Platform One-Act Festivals [Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A.].”

§ Themes agribusiness, faith healing, farming, militias, miracles.

See also G. L. Horton’s

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