Vivien Fielding has been a captive of the Sioux since 1864. She returns to her former life in the white world only to face interrogation by hostile Army officers and rejection by her husband. In an attempt to reunite with her young daughter, Vivien reluctantly becomes a spectacle on the lecture circuit, but only finds peace after returning to the wilderness. This play expertly evokes the character and contradictions of late 19th century America, focusing on one woman's struggle for identity and a sense of home.
- 90 - 120 minutes
- 4 f, 10 m (9-14 actors possible: 3-4 f, 6-10 m)
- Content Notes: Mild adult language, mature content
- Set: Numerous locales in minimalist style -- a flag, chairs, barrels, table, etc.