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Posted: December 20th, 2015, 5:14pm Report to Moderator

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Maggies Dream by K.R. Boxberger - Play, Thriller - This play captures a dream as all dreams are played out in the mind, only to find out in the end, it was your dream.  115 pages - pdf, format

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This play is a dream.  Characters and events change on a whim . . . Just as all dreams do.  It does have an underlining theme behind it, which makes it fun and exciting for the audience.  They will be in the edge of their seats and wont really know what has happened until the very end.  This script is very easily adapted to the small screen.  British TV would be most appropriate.  

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