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The Hunters and the Henwife

The Hunters and the Henwife
Your Price: $13.95 CDN
Author: Nicholas Stuart Gray
Publisher: Dobson Books Limited
Format: Softcover
# of Pages: 91
Pub. Date: 1981
ISBN-10: 0234722754
ISBN-13: 9780234722756

About the Play:

RARE BOOK, only a very limited number of copies are still available

The Hunters and the Henwife is a full-length fantasy by Nicholas Stuart Gray. This fantasy takes place in the magical forest around mysterious Unicorn Mountain, where strange things happen — particularly, if you make the mistake of venturing into the woods after dark! There are spooky special effects, as well as loads of comic relief! And let us not forget Hemlock, the sorcerer.

When a young and headstrong nobleman takes his two blundering servants for an evenings' hunting on Unicorn Mountain, they get more game than they bargained for. The Henwife, with all her good magic, cannot save them from the Hemlock and his evilness, but Briony, the Henwife's pretty and headstrong daughter, has enough love to pull them all through and bring peace to the bewitched mountain.

Cast: 4 women, 4 men (flexible casting)

What people say:

"The Hunters and the Henwife is a sure winner. Nicholas Stuart Gray knows how to provide entertainment for pre-teenage boys and girls and give them a real taste of theatre...." — The Glasgow Herald (Scotland)

"The Hunters and the Henwife, another of those delightful confections from Nicholas Stuart Gray." — The Sydney Morning Herals (Australia)

About the Playwright:

Nicholas Stuart Gray (1922-1981) was a Scottish actor and playwright, perhaps best known for his work in children's theatre in England. He was also an author of children's fantasy; he wrote a number of novels, a dozen plays, and many short stories.

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