The Days Are as Grass is a full-length performance consisting of eight short plays by Carol Hall.
"Love and Death On the Fringe... A delighted blend of humor and poignancy... a beautifully and intelligently written exploration of the universal themes of love and death."Rebecca Daniels, Woodstock Times
"The Days Are as Grass - A 'Spirit' Delight" [With] often hilarious dialogue, interspersed with poignant scenes and monologues...the play looks at us as we are, with all our foibles, and still allows us to walk out feeling glad we came."Eleanor Cade Busby, The Lincoln County News, Damariscotta, Maine
Days Are as Grass, The Script
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The Days Are as Grass is a full-length performance consisting of eight short plays by Carol Hall. They were written to be performed by two actors, one man and one woman. However, they can also be performed by a larger cast. The actors portray more than a dozen characters ranging in age from 40 to 85, exploring the fragility of hope, memory, old friends, lost loves, and the inevitability of time. The tone is always a blend of the funny and the touching, as the characters march bravely into that last colorful sunset, still fully engaged by life's changes, love's quirks, and the surprises of age.