Tuesday, July 17, 2012

THE FOUR SISTERS OF BAKERSFIELD, by Martha Patterson, published

"The Four Sisters of Bakersfield" has been launched in the JAC library and released for sales and licensing today! It is available for immediate purchase. - Via the JAC website: http://www.jacpub.com/Full-Length/Patterson_FourSisters.htm; - Via Amazon.com: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1605131660, as well as being submitted to Amazon for "Kindling". Synopsis: A dramedy in the vein of Robert Harling's "Steel Magnolias," this is a play about four sisters coping after their mother’s suicide. Katherine, the oldest, is the “sexy” one who always did what she wanted. Sarah, the kooky, neurotic sister, is divorced and has an 18-year-old son in college. Shelby represents the voice of reason but it is over-shadowed by her vanity. Last, but not least, sweet Alyssa is the youngest, struggling mostly with issues a young person should not have to struggle with. Suitors come and go, but in the end, it is within each other where they find their true strength.

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