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A sense of place, or, Virgil is still the frogboy : a play in two acts

Author: Lanford Wilson
Publisher: New York : Dramatists Play Service, ©1999.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Schuyler Browne and his friends, Josh, Ann, and Mary, gather for the spring at Schuyler's family's Hampton home. Schuyler, a trust-fund kid from wealthy lineage, doesn't yet know what to do with his life. Josh, very into computers, is on the verge of making millions on a stock market deal done over the Internet. Ann, a would-be dancer, is turned down for a grant and is fearful of becoming a blue collar worker. Mary  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Drama
Scripts
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lanford Wilson
ISBN: 0822215926 9780822215929
OCLC Number: 41607360
Description: 76 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm
Other Titles: Sense of place
Virgil is still the frogboy
Responsibility: by Lanford Wilson.

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Schuyler Browne and his friends, Josh, Ann, and Mary, gather for the spring at Schuyler's family's Hampton home. Schuyler, a trust-fund kid from wealthy lineage, doesn't yet know what to do with his life. Josh, very into computers, is on the verge of making millions on a stock market deal done over the Internet. Ann, a would-be dancer, is turned down for a grant and is fearful of becoming a blue collar worker. Mary is a business manager about to open her own company, and the one to open the group to a new member, Chuck, a local carpenter working for her. As the spring passes, the friends begin to clash as all their problems and futures grow.

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