Under the Moon with Aunt Birdie

This play is sold as a digital copy. If you would like a printed copy, please contact the Playwrights Guild of Canada.
$12.00
Synopsis: 

Pearl's mother has arranged for her to travel up north to visit her eccentric Great Aunt Birdie. Together Pearl and Aunt Birdie explore the natural world, but Aunt Birdie has another side to her and Pearl finds her visit to be both delightful and strange. In the end, Aunt Birdie has a few lessons to learn from her little niece Pearl. The play is a place where characters speak through musical instruments and the moon tells stories!

Playwright: 
Eleanor Albanese
Play Information
Format: 
Copyscript
ISBN: 
978-1-55173-784-3
Year Printed: 
2002
First Produced: 
First produced in 2001 at New Creations Theatre, Thunder Bay, ON
Professional Agent: 
PGC Publications
401 Richmond St, 416-703-0201, info@playwrightsguild.ca
Amateur Agent: 
Playwrights Guild of Canada
401 Richmond Street West, 416-703-0201, marketing@playwrightsguild.ca
Publisher: 
PGC
Written With: 
Music by Lise Vaugeois
Running TIme: 
50 minutes
Acts: 
1
Cast
Female Cast: 
2
Other Cast: 
1