Small Plays for Special Days

THE PLAY BEGINS The father is sitting in a chair in his living room . He is reading the book . The boy comes running in . BOY Father ! Come quick ! There's a gorilla in my room ! The father looks up from his book .

Small Plays for Special Days

Seven short plays for two actors about popular holidays with staging notes and costume suggestions.

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