Braid My Hair
Eble, Julie (American playwright, 1953-____) Braid My Hair,
a 45-minute drama in English, set in an exotic dance club, U.S.A., weekday evening, fall, 1997,
© 1997 by Julie Eble;
in Julie Ebles Braid My Hair (Boothwyn, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.: The Author, ____);
script/rights available from Julie Eble, 1525 Colonial Drive, Boothwyn, Pennsylvania 19061, U.S.A., telephone (home) 610-558-9771.
Cited by Julie Eble, http://www.netspace.org/~icwp/jeble.html.
_____ (m), 35, _____; _____ (f), 35, _____; _____ (f), 35, _____.
. . . [A] woman confronts her past divorce as she counsels a friend and braves a new romance.
Cast involves 2 women (ages 20 to 50), 1 man (age 20 to 50).
Premiered under Eble's direction in 1993 at the West Chester and Barleysheaf Players One-Act Play Festival in Lionville[, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.].
Won Best Female Actress and Best Supporting Actor Awards at West Chester and Barleysheaf Players One-Act Play Festival in Lionville[, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.].
In November 1993, Braid My Hair was videotaped for public access television at FCAC Channel 10, Fairfax[, Virginia, U.S.A.] and was produced as one in a series of community theater presentations.Julie E. Eble, http://www.netspace.org/~icwp/jeble.html, accessed March 11, 2006.
advice, divorce, friendship, romance.