Winner!

Top 11 Curtain Calls

of 2016 -

Cincinnati Enquirer!!!

"When an elderly woman, a neighborhood oddball, dies, two women come together to sort out her affairs. But they have very different ideas of who she was. Through a series of monologues, spoken by the two survivors, the departed woman is finally able to reveal her true self. Written by storyteller/playwright Paul Strickland and acted by stage veterans Miranda McGee and Annie Kalahurka, the tales are rough-hewn, hilarious and sometimes enormously moving."  David Lyman, Cincinnati Enquirer

"I  don't recommend my life to many, but I wouldn't trade it with most."

© 2016 Paul Strickland