Published! My children's play, "The Goodcheer Home For Broken Hearts," is now available to theatres worldwide, courtesy of YouthPLAYS! This play is ideal for Middle School or High School aged actors, and is fun for all ages! This is my second play published by YouthPLAYS. The first, "Crimes and Rhymes," has done quite well!
YOUTHPLAYS: "The heroic Steele Manly, the sweet-smelling Shasta Bellflower, the saintly Charity Goodcheer and the evil, manipulative Severus C. Snackwell...it can only be time for a melodrama! James Grob spoofs the classic American melodrama in The Goodcheer Home for Broken Hearts. Now available!"
SYNOPSIS: Audiences get to boo, hiss, cheer and sigh in this spoof of the classic American melodrama. As the villainous Severus C. Snackwell takes aim at the Goodcheer Home for Broken Hearts, the sweet and matronly Charity Goodcheer, the smart, beautiful and great smelling Shasta Bellflower and indeed the entire backwater town of Wetwater, can the strong and sincere but soft-witted Steele Manly stop his nefarious plot?
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