Law of the Land by Peter Anderson
On the eve of the grand opening of the Black Creek Power Plant, the head of the Power Authority arrives in the village expecting a relaxed hunting trip and a smooth opening, only to run afoul of both local inhabitants and wildlife.
Keywords: political comedy, energy, environment, wildlife, commedia, power plant
First Produced: 1982 by the Caravan Farm Theatre, Armstrong, B.C.
Running TIme: 90 minutes
Male Cast: 7
Female Cast: 3