H2O (Paperback)

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After arriving to the City of Angels, an aimless young man catapults to movie stardom and into Hollywood's sleazy celebrity culture. Banking on his fame (and name), he is soon selected to appear on Broadway in Hamlet. Given full casting approval, he embarks to New York City to seek out his Ophelia and encounters his muse and his match -a young evangelical Christian woman set on getting the role...and saving his life. Originally produced at the Contemporary American Theatre Festival in 2013, H2O transports audiences into the reclusive, madcap world of Jane Martin's drama/comedy/love story about self-destruction, notoriety, and the dark journey to purity and salvation.

Praise For…

"It will leave you dealing not only with your feelings about the characters, but also reconsidering art, life, and The Meaning of It All." - Broadwayworld.com

"“Yes, H2O is a masterpiece and will surely be performed, difficult as it is, throughout the Christian/Hollywood world ... Martin’s H2O embodies America and its Culture War in the 21st century. In fact, H2O is this nation’s Culture War writ large, or should I say small, lying embedded in its two-person sadomasochistic love triage. Who will live and who will die? And can one survive without the other?" - MD Theatre Guide
Product Details
ISBN: 9780573703027
ISBN-10: 0573703027
Publisher: Samuel French, Inc.
Publication Date: October 10th, 2014
Pages: 68
Language: English