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Religions 2013, 4(3), 351-357; doi:10.3390/rel4030351
End of the Line—A Play in One Act
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Received: 17 June 2013; in revised form: 16 July 2013 / Accepted: 17 July 2013 / Published: 23 July 2013
(This article belongs to the Special Issue Writers and Critics on Loss, Love, and the Supernatural)
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Abstract: In this short play, the playwright drew on her experience as a voiceover talent for bus transportation and Global Positioning Systems. The drama humanizes a voice we love to hate, and subsequently adds layers of back-story and meaning to a deceptively slight one-act, which begins in one reality, and ends in another.
Keywords: play; playwright; voiceover; drama; one-act
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Ziegler, I. End of the Line—A Play in One Act. Religions 2013, 4, 351-357.AMA Style
Ziegler I. End of the Line—A Play in One Act. Religions. 2013; 4(3):351-357.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ziegler, Irene. 2013. "End of the Line—A Play in One Act." Religions 4, no. 3: 351-357.