Nature or nurture? Permanently damaged or possibly healable? Clever, creative, and compelling, these four short scripts investigate the intricacies of human relations.
"Family in Denial" pulls back the curtain on an angry, hostile couple whose fighting is inciting hysterical reactions from their two daughters. Can the girls overcome their dysfunctional home life, or has too much damage been done?
In "A Tale of Three Selfies," three college roommates-a paranoid, an obsessive-compulsive, and a narcissist-struggle to find harmony in their relationships with one another and the outside world.
Saturated with the paintings of Goya and framed by Freud's theory of the Electra complex, "Together for Eternity" follows a young woman and her father as they navigate their relationship and painting careers.
In "A Return to the Beginning," a woman struggles to overcome the loss of her mother in order to recover a relationship with her own daughter.
Offering a unique response to the universal questions of why people do what they do and whether it's possible for them to change their behavior, playwright Maria Teresa H. de Holcomb brings modern psychological theories to life.
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About the Author
Maria Teresa H. de Holcomb is a playwright with a strong interest in psychology who is passionate about encouraging women and immigrants to pursue their dreams. She holds an advanced degree from a college in Mexico, as well as a master's degree and PhD from universities in the United States. For twenty-six years, de Holcomb taught Spanish and Spanish literature at the collegiate level and, during that time, published three Spanish textbooks.