This book is an adaptation of The Song of Solomon, written with instructions for narrators and chorus so it can be performed on stage. If singers are available, the text can be sung a cappella instead of being narrated.
The romantic, beautiful text expresses love and passion between The Lover and The Beloved. The poetry is magnificent and timeless.
What an amazing impression audiences will obtain from a performance of this celebration of love and beauty! The language is refined and inspiring.
The text is taken from the American Standard Version of the Bible, which is in the public domain. The language has been modernized to make it easier to understand, yet it remains true to the original. The approximate running time for a performance is 50 minutes.
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About the Author
He has written plays including The Honeymoon, Mad Love, Inspector Strangelove, Love Will Find a Way, The War, The Joseph Story, Esther the Queen, The Institute, Cranking Up America, and The Fan. He created adaptations for Moliere plays including The Miser, The Middle Class Gentleman, Tartuffified, Deceits of Samson, Ladies of Learning, and The Hypochondriac. He wrote a how-to book regarding theatre arts programs entitled For Love of Drama, describing how to create successful and financially profitable high school drama programs.
He published a how-to book about homeschooling entitled Homeschool - How & Why to Do It.
His love of humor is apparent in his coffee-table book about how to cope with a boring temporary job--Survival Tactics for Office Workers. He also wrote How to Create Wealth--A Book of Wit and Wisdom, Teen Sexuality--A Humorous Guide Book, and a collection of poetry entitled Amazing World.
He taught school for 36 years and directed high school plays for 30 years. He initiated and developed a performing arts program for high school students that allowed for four performances per year at a theater rented in the city. He directed 71 full-length plays for the stage. Most of his plays attracted audiences of sufficient size to make the productions profitable. He taught high school writing, literature, speech, drama, and photography, and was selected for Who's Who among College Students and Who's Who among High School Teachers.
McEwen earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Puget Sound and a Master of Teaching degree from the University of Southern Mississippi. He studied art, music, history, and literature in Rome and Vienna, and traveled throughout Europe.