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Title: To Hell and Back
Author: Jessepinwheel
Date: April 2015
Summary: A modern remix of the myth of Persephone and Hades in which the gods are instead influential people. A stage play in three parts.
A/N: I wrote this for a project in Theatre 101 in which we had to write, practice, and perform a 7-10 minute play based on a fairy tale or myth. We ended up choosing the Greek myth of Persephone and Hades, or more specifically the Homeric Hymn to Demeter, which you can read about here if you so desire. Knowledge of the myth isn't necessary, though.



This was written with Celtx online scriptwriting software, which was amazingly helpful with the formatting. However, that means that I had to export in PDF format (I absolutely refuse to muck around with the tabs on here. I wouldn't do it on Word, so HTML? No thanks). I don't have a clue how PDFs work with LJ, so I'm going to redirect you to a copy on Google Docs.

To Hell and Back on Google Docs

Of course, a stage play is only really complete when it's actually performed live, but obviously I can't do that for you. So I guess you'll have to live with this unless I make a radio play of this sometime (as if people would want to hear me yap for nine minutes).
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