by Mark Loewenstern
In rural Scotland in 1793, a small parish believes it is safe from the revolutions shaking the world. But when a well-intentioned man of reason arrives, bringing violent upheaval, the people of Parish Dunkeld must fight their way back from the brink. A true ensemble drama where the parish itself is the protagonist, and each character’s journey is bound up with all the others.
- Cast Size: 7M 5W
- Running Time: 90+ minutes
- Royalty Rate: $75 per performance
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About the Playwright
Mark Loewenstern is a winner of the Samuel French One-Act Festival and the Anna Zornio Award for Children’s Playwriting. He has been nominated 3 times for a Heideman Award and once for a New York Independent Theater Award. His plays have been produced on 4 continents and he has received commissions from the Lennie Pierro Memorial Arts Foundation, California Stage Company and Vital Theatre. Plays: Parish Dunkeld, Near Nellie Bly (O’Neill Semi-Finalist), Dorothea Puente Tells All! (sold out premiere at California Stage Company), One is the Road, Carnality, A Doctor’s Visit, The Nastiest Drink in the World, The Slightly Exaggerated True Story of “Civic Virtue.” Films: Holiday Rumble, 26 Months After Katrina, Sinister Zoe.