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Moonlight on the Post-Apocalyptic Dinner Theater 
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 Moonlight on the Post-Apocalyptic Dinner Theater
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Moonlight on the Post-Apocalyptic Dinner Theater

I wrote a short, three act play in metered verse and posted it on Smashwords as a free download. Please give it a read.

The play is about nuclear war. Description:

Moonlight on the Post-Apocalyptic Dinner Theater is a short play about the survivors of a nuclear apocalypse. Every night, the survivors congregate at the last inn on Earth to listen to the Jester, who tries to console them.
The two lead characters, Katrina and Fidelio, are in love with each other but Katrina feels their situation is too hopeless to allow their relationship to develop so she rejects him.
The world is enshrouded with massive dust and clouds as a result of the war. The days are hot, murky, and grim and the nights are cold and black. Neither the sun nor the stars can be seen anymore.
Katrina saves Fidelio's life one night when he is attacked by post nuclear crazies, and thus reveals she is in love with him as well.
Tortured people try to rebuild the wasteland, and stay alive in a metered verse play about the rebirth of the human spirit.

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