The Days Are As Grass:

These eight short (non-musical) plays were initially written to be performed as a tour de force by a single pair of actors, but they can also be done by three or four or more actors. The plays can be done as separate one-acts as well. Taken together, the plays run approximately 90 minutes and feature more than a dozen characters ranging in age from 40 to 85, exploring the fragility of hope, memory, old friends, lost loves, and the inevitability of time.

The Days Are As Grass
Vacation *

Last Will and Testament
Life Time
The River Jordan Lamp
Jack & Jill
The Last Word

Critical acclaim for The Days are As Grass

A hit in Maine

Notes and insights from the playwright

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* Vacation now published in Narrative Magazine

Samuel French Script Cover