Queens, warlocks, faeries, unicorns, handmaidens, scary henchmen and one small mortal girl child, in an enchanted forest. The rhetorical owl and naughty elf provide much laughter. This parable offers many subtle lessons.
Rainey, the unicorn is a prince who has been banished, for centuries, by the warlock, Kodak. He can never return home unless Emma solves more riddles than the warlock and discovers Kodak�s secret weakness: pickles. The fable ends with a surprise twist which will delight audiences. While written for children, this play is sophisticated enough to appeal to adults as well.
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About the Author
She has enjoyed a thirty year career in theatre as an actor and director. Originally from Seattle, she has worked in theatres from coast to coast and her plays have been produced across the country and abroad. Trisha lives in Savannah, Georgia with her two golden retrievers, Rocky and Gus and her cat, Fiona. Her novels can be found in paperback, eBooks and Audio books.
Her web site is dedicated to the art of writing. Her blog appears two or three times a week and offers advice, encouragement and support to other writers.
Trisha�s plays and books can be found on her web site at: www.writeratplay.com