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Embler, Jeffrey B. (American playwright, social services specialist, 1933-____), "Stealing Dreams,"

a drama set on the backporch stoop of Joe Owen's home in a small town in Connecticut, 1995,

2m2f,

© 1995 by Jeffrey B. Embler;  •  in Jeffrey B. Embler’s Lanterns for the Journey (Springfield, Oregon, U.S.A.: Grimpenmire Press, 1995), __ pp., containing “Atlantic Crossing,” “The Legacy,” and “Stealing Dreams”;  •  script/rights available from Jeffrey B. Embler, 17831 N. E. Pacific Street, Portland, Oregon 97230-6542, U.S.A., embler@hevanet.com.  •  Cited by Toni Rakestraw via e-mail Dabblmom@aol.com, January 16, 1996; Rakestraw says,

Synopsis "A family comes to terms with the potential loss of their father and the rediscovery of an older brother who pursued his dreams rather than giving them up for the family business like his siblings."
 

See also Jeffrey B. Embler’s
  • "Atlantic Crossing," a drama in English, 1m1f
  • "The Legacy," a drama in English, 2m1f

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