These plays, set in various historical periods, offer a satirical comment on modern life. Although independent of one another, they are bound together by the themes of politics, violence, and religion. Characters ranging from George Washington to Charles Mansonto Jesus Christ make them interesting both to read and to perform.

"Kennedy's plays are brief moments in life. They are rather like a theatrical version of the short story. At that length, they work because they capture the moment and bother you afterwards. Most importantly, they can make you laugh and make you sick and fight. . . [the true enemy] ignorance, arrogance and emotionalism."

--The Washburn Review

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