Mrs. Rose's Boarding House

Four factory workers living in a run-down area of a city struggle to make sense out of their desolate lives. This play was designed to capture the mood of the mid-1970s, when many who'd just lived through the tumultuous sixties suddenly found their future seemed to be closing down instead of opening up. More

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Words: 6,020
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301599875
About Steven Hager

Documented hip hop's birth, founded the Cannabis Cup and unveiled the JFK and Lincoln assassinations.

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