Valetta Anderson’s live stageplay productions include “Hallelujah Street Blues” by Atlanta’s Horizon Theatre, “Leaving Limbo” by Atlanta’s Essential Theatre (Essential Theatre Power Play Award) , “Today” (AT&T:Onstage Award) and “She’ll Find Her Way Home” by Atlanta’s Jomandi Productions, Pittsburgh’s Kuntu Repertory Theatre and Nashville’s Fisk University and is available at Blue Moon Plays. During her 33 year residence in Georgia, Valetta was Resident Teaching Artist at Atlanta’s Alliance Theatre Institute for Educators and Teaching Artists. Her preK-College Teaching Artistry also includes Atlanta’s Fox Theatre, Horizon Theatre and Spelman College as Adjunct Professor of Playwriting. She is a member of Dramatists Guild of America and Atlanta’s Working Title Playwrights.
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She’ll Find Her Way Home
- 100 minutes
- 2 Males, 3 Females, Min/Max 5
A full-length, African-American, post-Civil War drama by Valetta Anderson. The only child of a wealthy though deceased Mississippi slaveholder. Martha Robb views her coming of age with the adolescent longings and unending horizons promised by the victorious Union Army and her quadroon complexion. She and her friend, Thomas, could forge new lives for themselves, lives without barriers… if they could only get past her mother.
Great for community theaters, high school theaters, and Readers Theater.Read More
The Moral of the Story
- 30 minutes
- 2 Males/2Females; Total 8
Aesop’s Fable The Tortoise and the Hare meets an African Ibo legend . This one-act comedy play script for kids reveals what inquiring minds have always wanted to know – the inside scoop behind Aesop’s most famous Fable and why tortoises have cracked, lumpy shells.Read More