Ash Can Society by Mark Curtis Kehoe
A Three-Act Play by Mark Curtis Kehoe

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Mikolaj's parents gave him eight names to not only remind him of his heritage but give him an awareness of the planet and the problems on it. So Mikolaj Jan Tadeusz Apollo Jozef Karol Solidarnosc Kosciuszko leaves Poland for America because we need help and he needs something important to do.

However, after he gets to Cleveland, Mikolaj's not sure what to do or if he even wants to do anything to help humanity. Fortunately, he meets Kate and her activist friends who encourage, inspire and remind Mikolaj that there are plenty of reasons to go out and make a difference in the world.

With contradictory themes of cynicism and idealism, this heartwarming play will not only entertain and touch you, it will leave you pondering your own life.

Of course, when many people think of plays or drama, they usually think of theaters and stages and the thought of reading a play might be secondary. Ash Can Society is a play that first and foremost needs to be read. By design, Ash Can Society is very dense and with quite a bit to absorb. So enjoy Mikolaj, Kate and the rest of Ash Can Society at your leisure.

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Published February 25, 2013 by Yorktown Printing Services.
Genres: Arts & Photography, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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