Love I AWETHU Further

When the tree falls outside Mistress’s house, Callie and Beneatha know it is time to heed their late mother’s visions. In this adaptation of Julius Caesar, these two sisters plan a revolt in the Antebellum South. From the fields and from the house come more women as the revolution spreads like wildfire, as all imagine a world where they are free to live and love in full.
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Love I AWETHU Further

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  • Benjamin Benne:
    26 Nov. 2021
    It begins with several intimate, two-person interactions that steadily reveal a larger, complicated web of a community and its factions...who are we loyal to? The action of the play never lets up snowballing into some of the most stunning and gripping scenes I've ever encountered. The consensus scene: brilliant (& I've never seen anything like it). The scene about the definition of love: sublime. I am in awe of this play.
  • Kate Busselle:
    30 Jul. 2021
    I had the absolute joy of reading this play and thrilled it was selected as the winner of the Student Jane Chambers Playwriting Competition. This play exemplifies all of the goals of this competition and rises head and shoulders above the rest in style, form, and story. While it is inspired by Julius Caesar, Love I Awethu Further is revolutionary in its showcasing of black love (physical and emotional) and its poetic structure. Produce this script immediately!