CLEAR AS CLEAR – ONE ACT COWBOY DRAMATIC PLAY
‘Clear as Clear’ is a one act drama about five cowboys at the turn of the century who get to playing a game of cards to pass the time as there is a blizzard outside. As they play, they recall the past and how things have changed at the turn of the century USA, how the war affected them, and how they treated the Indians that used to live there. The plain where they live once teemed with rivers of buffalo and Indians, and now there is only silence. Each man comes to terms with what he has done in the name of progress in this one act cowboy dramatic play.
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Author: David Greenberg
Type: One act cowboy dramatic play
Length: Forty five minutes
Number of actors: Five male actors (5M)
Ages of the actors: Middle aged to about sixty
Set: Simple – a room in a cabin with a table, chairs, a door and places to sleep
Level of Difficulty: 7/10 – the script is interesting and the action builds toward the end. Challenge – portraying believable turn of the century hardened cowboy characters.
Cost is $4
Copyright September 2013 David Greenberg and Off The Wall Play Publishers
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