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Ciarmello, John R. (American playwright, June 16, 1959-____), “Wintergreen Fields,”

 a 2.5-minute drama in English, set in a court room, an airplane, and Wintergreen Fields, Colorado, U.S.A., early Monday, eightish, February 9, 2000,

2m2f (with possible extras);

 •  © 2000 by John R. Ciarmello;  •  script/rights available from John R. Ciarmello, 1159 Stacie Lane, Rotterdam JCT, New York 12150, U.S.A., e-mail Washbay1@aol.com, telephone (work) 518-887-2873 between the hours of 11:00 and 1:00 in afternoon or evenings anytime during your working hours.  •  Cited by John R. Ciarmello, via ftp January 25, 2001; Ciarmello says,

 §  Dramatis Personae Flerney J Boise (f), 59, Supreme Court judge; Blane Gower (m), 57, California realtor; _____ (f), _____; _____ (m), _____.

 §  Synopsis “Flerney J. Boise must return to a childhood place. A place where all the elements of winter were shielded from a small patch of land high in the snowbound mountians of Colorado. A warm and comfortable heaven on earth for the sick and dying inner child. Most adults have lost access to virtue; Flerney J. Boise and Blaine Gower in particular must regain virtue to save themselves. Angels have built Wintergreen Fields to reunite all with their lost inner child before the child is lost for good.

 §  Comment “Three scenes. Changes are from court room to airplane where Flerney meets her own inner child to Wintergreen Fields.”

 §  Themes angel, childhood, Colorado, inner child, loss, reunion, salvation, snowbound, virtue, winter.
 
 
 

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