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A Feminine Ending

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Full Length, Dark Comedy 3m., 2f. Various, Unit set Amanda, twenty-five, wants to be a great composer. But at the moment, she's living in New York City and writing advertising jingles to pay the rent while her fiance, Jack, pursues his singing career. So when Amanda's mother, Kim, calls one evening from New Hampshire and asks for her help with something she can't discuss ...more
Paperback, 76 pages
Published March 3rd 2009 by Samuel French, Inc. (first published 2009)
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Sarah
Apr 01, 2012 Sarah rated it liked it
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A solid comedy about how we sabotage ourselves from going after what we want -- until everyone around us starts doing whatever they want, thus constituting a wake-up call.

Treem has a sprightly voice and is eminently concerned with the way women get on in the world. Her characters at first feel fairly garden variety (the unambitious and lost artist, the batty mother, etc.), but they soon reveal themselves to have surprising depth -- my favorite example being Amanda's perfect first boyfriend who's
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Aug 03, 2011 Carolyn added it
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Started out really good and lol funny, but disintegrated rather quickly. Such promise. Oh well.
Sherry
Sep 01, 2013 Sherry rated it it was amazing
An excellent play about a young musician, Amanda, who puts her career on hold to support her fiance´who is an up and coming rock star. She is called home because her Mother plans to leave her father. She finds herself putting her own artistic career behind everyone elses needs and aspirations. She struggles to navigate these waters. A very contemporary story, very actable and well written.
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Feb 14, 2013 Glynnis rated it it was ok
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Not sure about this one - I like that the central character is a woman, and I can relate to her a lot, but I don't like the fact that she seems to be drifting around in her life as things happen. I get the drifting, but as a play, shouldn't there be more action she takes? I guess that's the whole point of the play...I dunno.
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