The Dutiful Daughter
A group of troublesome actors arrive at a harbor, gather a crowd and tell the story of Ke Xin, the dutiful daughter. Inspired by the legend of Pericles and based on real-life experiences, the story is a timeless tale of love, power and transformation that explores many of the key issues faced by young people growing up in today’s society.
Charles Way, playwright
62 pgs. 2 female, 4 male
Originally produced by West Yorkshire Playhouse, UK, in 2005
Run Time: 90 minutes
Audience Recommendation: All Ages
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“The story has power and stature and much engaging humor – a deft script with wide audience appeal.” –The Stage, UK
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