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Good People: A Play In One Act

Singer Bardin

Published February 19th 2014
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Kindle Edition
47 pages
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Luke and Rue Crush, siblings born and raised in the belly of Appalachia, come down from their secluded cabin for the first time in many years in a desperate search to find the key to their survival. Both head to the small town of Edgeboro, NC inMoreLuke and Rue Crush, siblings born and raised in the belly of Appalachia, come down from their secluded cabin for the first time in many years in a desperate search to find the key to their survival. Both head to the small town of Edgeboro, NC in search of something ... though neither of them know what that is until it becomes too late.With the accidental sale of an infant in the opening scene, this dramatic piece soars to remarkable heights (or depths) as Singer Bardin exposes the treachery, cruelty and ignorance of a forgotten era. With graceful, colloquial language and an expertly woven layers of magical realism, GOOD PEOPLE is not just a play but a rite of passage that any serious fan of American theater should explore.Absolutely the most heart-wrenching play Ive read in years. It builds and builds until the pressure becomes tangible and you find yourself screaming toward the ending. An amazing achievement.Its like Duck Dynasty meets Eugene ONeill ... Impossible to put down.