Written by an adolescent, Dry Land solves a dire problem in the life of an adolescent today and how it affects her friendship with a peer. This play seems meant to appeal especially to a young audience with dialogue and attitudes typical of contemporary adolescents. It may also seek adult understanding of, and even sympathy for, the adolescents it portrays. Quite clear, though, is that the writer purports to make a splash with a horror scene: a painful abortion on a locker-room floor.
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