The Sieve and Other Scenes
Published by dr
Each monologue is seen through the eyes of a young person with varied subject matter, including tough social issues such as fear, "Television Spinechiller", senile dementia, "Seen Through a Glass Darkly" and withdrawal from the world around "The Sieve".
Other pieces include: "A Game of Chicken", "The Present", "Balloon Race" and a widely used new adaptation of Hans Christian Anderson's "The Little Match Girl" in monologue form
There are fifteen monologues in all