The Three Roses

The Three Roses by John Augustine

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Productions (3)
Comedy/Drama
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3 - 5 minutes
1 f, 1 m (2 actors possible: 0-1 f, 1-2 m)
Set: None.

In an attempt to justify and explain his own racism, a Caucasian or Asian man talks about his experience of feeling frightened upon entering an all black bar. Throughout the story, a woman of color plays a voice in his head, helping him figure it all out. Read More

Pricing Information

Min. Performance Fee* $40
NOTE: This play is part of an anthology called Augustine's Confessions: Scenes from American Life.
Standard Edition $10.99
Standard Manager Edition $24.99

*The per performance fee begins at $40. Your per performance fee will be provided during the ordering process.

Play Details

In an attempt to justify and explain his own racism, a Caucasian or Asian man talks about his experience of feeling frightened upon entering an all black bar. Throughout the story, a woman of color plays a voice in his head, helping him figure it all out.

(This play can also be performed as part of the full-length play Augustine's Confessions: Scenes from American Life.)

  • Comedy/Drama
  • |
  • 3 - 5 minutes
  • 1 f, 1 m (2 actors possible: 0-1 f, 1-2 m)
  • Set: None.

Production History

JAN 01, 1997 - DEC 31, 1997
New Hope Performing Arts Festival
New Hope, PA United States
New Hope Performing Arts Festival New Hope, PA United States
JAN 01, 1994 - DEC 31, 1994
Ensemble Studio Theatre
New York, NY United States
Ensemble Studio Theatre New York, NY United States
JAN 01, 1993 - DEC 31, 1993
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New York, NY United States
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JAN 01, 1997 - DEC 31, 1997
New Hope Performing Arts Festival
New Hope, PA United States
New Hope Performing Arts Festival New Hope, PA United States
JAN 01, 1994 - DEC 31, 1994
Ensemble Studio Theatre
New York, NY United States
Ensemble Studio Theatre New York, NY United States
JAN 01, 1993 - DEC 31, 1993
HOME at HERE
New York, NY United States
HOME at HERE New York, NY United States