Snow Angel

Snow Angel from back cover When the quiet town of Deerpoint Vermont is hit by the biggest blizzard in years a mysterious girl named Eva steps out of a snow bank and into the lives of confused teenagers

  • Title: Snow Angel
  • Author: David Lindsay-Abaire
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 235
  • Format: Paperback
  • from back cover When the quiet town of Deerpoint, Vermont is hit by the biggest blizzard in 107 years, a mysterious girl named Eva steps out of a snow bank and into the lives of 15 confused teenagers who are asked to help her in her search What Eva s searching for and who she truly is becomes a mystery that baffles, divides, and energizes the teens of Deerpoint Tol from back cover When the quiet town of Deerpoint, Vermont is hit by the biggest blizzard in 107 years, a mysterious girl named Eva steps out of a snow bank and into the lives of 15 confused teenagers who are asked to help her in her search What Eva s searching for and who she truly is becomes a mystery that baffles, divides, and energizes the teens of Deerpoint Told through journal entries and interactions among the students over the course of a single snow day, SNOW ANGEL is a funny and eerie tale of teen angst, discovery, and the power of believing.

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    1. Well, this was an interesting little one-act that I'm considering directing for the Alternative High School I teach at in Walla Walla, WA. It is written by Pulitzer Prize Winning playwright, David Lindsay-Abaire (for his play RABBIT HOLE), and it was clearly written for a high school theater class. The style is simplistic, as is the plot and character development, but I think it might be a good starter play. I have done some difficult plays with this group the past two years, but I've lost some [...]

    2. As I look for a play to direct at my high school for this next year, I read this one. Best known for his Pulitzer winning play Rabbit Hole, and Shrek the Musical, we get this authors high school play. This is a nice little one act play. (Although it is made of many scene changes 11 in total, a lot for one act.) I enjoyed reading the play very much and it would be a fun play to direct, as a director could really make a stamp on this play. I enjoyed Eva and the enigma that is her character, and th [...]

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