HUMANITY’S CHILD 
60-100-150 WORD BLURBS

 

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60 WORD BLURB

In HUMANITY’S CHILD, a compelling story, appealing music and endearing characters engage audiences as “Sara (Humanity’s Child), Vox (the voice in Sara’s head) and The Kids (Humanity’s Children) face a world in disarray, a nation divided, a planet in trouble and an uncertain future. Be with Sara, Vox and The Kids as they discover their inner-strengths and personal resilience.

 

100 WORD BLURB

In HUMANITY’S CHILD, a compelling story, appealing music and endearing characters engage audience emotions as “Sara (aka Humanity’s Child), Vox (the voice in Sara’s head) and The Kids (Humanity’s Children) face a world in disarray, a nation divided, a planet in deep trouble and a very uncertain future. Composer/Playwright John McDonnell Tierney’s script and score is at once wildly entertaining and deeply moving drawing on universal human experiences (fear and joy), encouraging action (speaking up), and offering a vision for a just, sustainable future. Be with Sara, Vox and The Kids as they discover their inner-strengths and personal resilience.

 

150 WORD BLURB

In HUMANITY’S CHILD, a compelling story, appealing music and endearing characters engage audience emotions as “Sara (aka Humanity’s Child), Vox (the voice in Sara’s head) and The Kids (Humanity’s Children) face a world in disarray, a nation divided, a planet in deep trouble and a very uncertain future. Composer/Playwright John McDonnell Tierney’s script and score is at once wildly entertaining and deeply moving drawing on universal human experiences (fear and joy), encouraging action (speaking up), and offering a vision for a just, sustainable future.

The music of HC2020 is extremely accessible to audiences of all ages drawing on contemporary styles and familiar forms with sing-able melodies, moving harmonies, engaging rhythms, and memorable lyrics...audience go away humming our tunes. Similarly, the script, based on research, rigs true in spite of being written by a septuagenarian.

Be with Sara, Vox and The Kids as they discover their inner-strengths and personal resilience.