By Evalena Friedman

Perennial (adjective)

1. Lasting for an indefinitely long time; enduring.

2. Having a life cycle longer than two years, as a stream.

3. Perpetual; everlasting; continuing; recurrent.

In the next millennium, something terrible is going to happen to the human race,

bringing us to the brink of extinction. In the middle of it all, two women journey

across a vast forest, on the run from… well, everything, really. Resting in a clearing,

they read a Book about a family that can never die. And for the first time, they talk –

about love, religion, god, and life itself, always coming back to this Book, this story

that they can’t seem to shake. But it’s just a children’s story. It’s fiction, a fantasy.

People can’t really be immortal. Everlasting. Perennial. Right?

Anna Jordan


Cast of Characters
Great Plains Theatre Commons