Award-winning play scripts available for production by theatre companies across the globe.
This play is set in the 1960s, starting in ‘62. It goes through several eras and this is made evident by the music and fashions - from full skirts, drainpipe trousers and Elvis... Through the rise of the miniskirt and The Beatles... to flares and flowery shirts, The Rolling Stones and Aretha Franklin.
The main characters are the Greenfield family – three generations of women: Grandma, Mother, and teenage daughter Penny. The theme is the different roles women play throughout their lives and their quests for fulfilment. This is a time for rethinking commitments and expectations as waves of disturbing post-war revolutions in politics...
Although a much requested sequel to the NODA award winning Miniskirts & Revelations -“We want to know what happens next!” – this comedy/drama stands in its own right.
In Flowery Shirts & Strange Relations we see baby boomer Penny looking through her teenage diaries and back to the Autumn of 1968. We watch with her as the three generations at Greenfields’ Guesthouse – Grandma; widowed mother Chris; art-student Penny and biker brother Mick - approach the hippy era. We experience again the music...
Applications for permission to perform either play - whether by amateurs or professionals - must please be made in advance, before rehearsals commence and following the purchase of scripts, to Conker Productions.
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Fees for each performance vary according to size of theatre:
£40 per performance
£80 per performance
£ by negotiation
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