The Road to Huntsville

Cast: 1f

Staging: can be simply staged

Amateur rights performance fee: £38 per performance (plus VAT where applicable)

EPUB, 33 pages ISBN: 9781788500630Publication Date:
14 Jun 2018
£3.99 £3.19You save £0.80 (20%)
First Staged:
Hampstead Theatre, London, 2016

The Road to Huntsville

By Stephanie Ridings

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The Road to Huntsville by Stephanie Ridings is a short play for a solo performer about a writer researching women who fall in love with men on death row, who then finds herself crossing the line.

It was first performed at Hampstead Theatre, London, in November 2016, as part of the Women Centre Stage Festival produced by Sphinx Theatre, demonstrating the range, depth and richness of women’s writing for the stage.

The play is also available in Women Centre Stage, a collection of eight short plays selected by Sue Parrish, Artistic Director of Sphinx Theatre. All the plays included in this volume offer a wide variety of rewarding roles for women, and are perfect for schools, youth groups and theatre companies to perform. Other writers included in the collection include Winsome Pinnock, Timberlake Wertenbaker and April De Angelis.

Cast: 1f

Staging:can be simply staged

Amateur rights performance fee: £38 per performance (plus VAT where applicable)

EPUB, 33 pages ISBN: 9781788500630Publication Date:
14 Jun 2018
£3.99 £3.19You save £0.80 (20%)

Also by Stephanie Ridings:

Women Centre Stage: Eight Short Plays By and About Women

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