For the Love of Oscar

by Hope Price-Lindsay

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About the Play

When a middle-aged divorcee on the verge of giving up on men meets a caring, handsome, wealthy widower on a dating website, she's sure she's finally found the man of her dreams until she's confronted with his "baggage" - the ghost of his dead wife who's desperately trying to hold on from the other side. 

Hope Lynne Price-Lindsay (Playwright)

Hope Lynne Price-Lindsay has an extensive background in the arts and arts education.  She’s a certified Theater Teacher in the District of Columbia Public Schools and has been teaching K-12 for the last seventeen years at schools throughout the district, including the acclaimed Duke Ellington High School of the Arts and the Fillmore Arts School.  Prior, she was Drama Director of Montgomery Blair High School, where she directed all theater productions and taught drama and directing. Also a playwright (Brave Bessie, Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum, A  Love Supreme,The National Black Theater Festival), children’s author (These Hands, Disney’s Hyperion Books for Children) and novelist (Luke Warm, Archway Publishing), she has conducted signings, readings and creative writing workshops for children at book festivals, public libraries and on The Walt Disney Magic. She holds a BFA in Theater from Howard University and has taken graduate courses in Arts Integration at American University.  She gained additional training, studying acting at the Herbert Berghoff Studio and dance at the Alvin Ailey Dance School and The Broadway Dance Center in New York.  She’s performed in TV & film, off-Broadway, regional theater and summer stock. She’s a member of The Screen Actors Guild (SAG), The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA), Actors Equity Association and The Dramatist Guild of America.  Contact:  hopesight@aol.com (301) 404-4019,  Her books available on amazon.com 

The New Millennium Howard Players

The Blackburn Center at Howard University 2397 6th St., NW Washington, DC