Turning of the Bones
Written by Jan Villarrubia with songs by Audrey Villarrubia
Now grown up, Kate looks back on her growing up days in 1950s New Orleans. Her memories are dominated by Cashmere, a black live-in family servant in her white Jewish/Catholic household.
A charming, poignant, amusing look at the day to day, somewhat normal dysfunctional antics of family life, puncuated by the musings of this larger-than-life man who never lost his pride. "My mother was from Madagascar."
The songs are folksy ukelele tunes which can be sung easily and a vocal sample will be provided.
2 Children (Optional)
Royalties for Non-Professional Theatres
Small Theatre (under 200 seats) $60 First Performance, $55 Additional
Medium Theatre (200 - 500 seats) $65 First Performance, $60 Additional
Large Theatre (500+ seats) $70 First Performance, $65 Additional
Professional Theatrical licensing will be negotiated on a case by case basis.
Great theatre piece. Charming and witty. Subtly looks at race in 1950s New Orleans.
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