Hello REED-ers,
I have a slightly odd question which requires a little back-story before I
pose it. 
We at Shenandoah Conservatory are eagerly anticipating the re-opening of a
bridge which runs between the two main buildings in which our faculty teach
and have offices. The bridge has been closed since September, and this has
inconvenienced many of the faculty and students (especially with all our
snow). Our Dean has decided to have a "Mock" Heroic Grand opening for the
bridge, late in March, complete with trumpet fanfares, banners, a choir,
dancing, and 'fireworks'. I have volunteered to find an appropriate reading,
and I was thinking of a royal entry, or something which catalogues great
deeds. The entire thing will have artistic integrity, but will be performed
with a sense of fun.

I was wondering if anyone could suggest specific texts, especially things
published through REED. I have easy access to and knowledge of lots of play
texts, but am less familiar with the body of occasional texts.

Thanks so much,

Carolyn Coulson-Grigsby

Carolyn Coulson-Grigsby
Assistant Professor of Theatre and Humanities
Shenandoah University
Winchester, VA 22602
[log in to unmask]  


This e-mail may contain confidential and/or privileged information and should not be used by anyone who is not the original intended recipient(s) or authorized to receive this message for the original intended recipient(s). If you have received this e-mail in error please: 1) Inform the sender only, do not "Reply to All." 2) Delete this e-mail from your mailbox and any other storage system you may have saved or copied it to. 3) Do not print, forward, copy or save this e-mail or share its contents with anyone.

The contents of this e-mail do not necessarily represent the views or policies of Shenandoah University.