When 13-year-old Lisa gets a phone call out of the blue telling her she was adopted as a baby, how will she come to terms with the shocking news? And what are the repercussions for her adoptive family and the mother she comes to know?
A sensitive play about the issues surrounding adoption and its impact on the individuals concerned, Joanna H. Kraus's Secrets dramatises Lisa's tentative steps to discovering who she is, where she came from and where she might be going.
With a large cast, the play is perfect for class performance in English or Drama lessons. The supporting resources by drama consultant Cecily O'Neill provide a full range of teaching suggestions and classroom activities.
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