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Nevada Bromley


  (1960 - )

Nationality:    USA
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Nevada Bromley is a playwright and educator living in Vermont. She is an Assistant Professor and Director of Student Plays at Landmark College, a four-year liberal arts college for students who learn differently.

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Broth, is a dramatic comedy set in the late 1960s in a Northeast coastal town. Nell Bannister is a second- generation Irish woman who operates a boarding house teetering on the edge of financial failure. The house is home to Winston, a handyman who is studying to become a priest, Bridget, who cleans house and moonlights as a go-go dancer, Mr. Waters, who cooks up broth and volunteers at the nearby marine aquarium, and Nell's niece, Justine who lost her mother to cancer a year ago. Once a week, the living room is rented to the Quit Smokers, a support group of locals from many walks-of-life. An unlikely bond emerges among the eclectic group of people who inhabit this home, and when a crisis emerges, they discover they will go to any lengths to protect their place in the world. The play offers a fun, fresh look at the sixties through lively dialogue, richly drawn characters and an intricate plot.

2 of the 15 roles are gender flexible. Single unit set. Three acts, 90 minutes.

1st Produced:
Landmark College     2011


1st Published:
CreateSpace 2014   -


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Male:  8            Female:  7            Other:  -

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