Grasses of A Thousand Colors

Grasses of A Thousand Colors

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"Grasses of a Thousand Colors is a poetic epic that tells the story of a scientist (Ben), his wife (Cerise), and his two mistresses (Robin and Rose), as they fend for their lives in a world much like ours, yet one savagely close to extinction. Due to the scientific manipulation of the world's crops, a destructive system for which Ben is partly responsible, there is very little nourishment left to be had, except for those most privileged and connected. Despite the dying off of most of the world, these characters manage to survive, at times tasting the good life, admiring the beauties of nature, feasting on animalistic sex, and finding love. The play raises issues of redemption, forgiveness, and responsibility as it recounts a somewhat passionate, erotic adventure story."--Amazon.com.
Publisher: New York : Theatre Communications Group, 2009
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9781559363457
1559363452
Characteristics: 88 p. ; 22 cm

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