The Search: A Play

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Ink City Press, 2018 - Performing Arts - 130 pages
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"The Search" is an adaptation of Geoffrey Chaucer's "The Pardoner's Tale," and conveys many original cautionary themes to a new audience. Straying from Chaucer's work, Charlotte Akyeampong creates new characters, not only to widen the scope of the story, but also to ensure effective interaction of different characters. For that is the essence of any good drama.
The play seeks to cement the idea that the effort needed to achieve any noble mission is no less daunting than what it takes to achieve a worthless one. The truth is, every one of us is in search of something, even when we don't have the faintest idea what it is we hope to find.

Perhaps the flaw in our humanity becomes painfully amusing when it is so glaringly obvious for everyone observing from a distance, but remains one that we ourselves cannot see.

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