Perfect World by Linda Stockham

Drama/ 11 Characters, 7 Women, 4 Men / Full Length, Two Acts

Synopsis: An accomplished New York stage actress is appointed to head the “Commission on the Enhancement of Family Values through the Arts.” But when her disaffected younger brother shows up unexpectedly at a New Years’ dinner, resurrecting memories long buried, Rosalind’s perfect world as “wife, mother and career woman” is called into question, with shocking results.

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Linda Juanita Stockham
Ph. (U.S.): 951-388-7528

About the Playwright: Linda Juanita Stockham is a cultural anthropologist/playwright. She received a B.A. in Anthropology from California State College San Bernardino and her Interdisciplinary M.A. in Anthropological Studies from California State University San Bernardino. Her plays have been produced in New York, Los Angeles, and throughout the United States, as well as internationally. Now retired, she lives in California.

Perfect World was premiered by The Orison Group Entertainment Division, in conjunction with the Professional Actors Counsel, A Repertory Theatre, Hollywood, California in December, 1999.