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New Release! Love Thyself by Juliana Atteberry

We are pleased to announce the publication of the new one-act play Love Thyself, written by Juliana Atteberry.

What does self-love mean to you? The approval of loved ones? Searching the cosmos for enlightenment? Maybe it just means that your health and body are taken care of at the end of the day. For Linette, it's deciding to give the love to herself she's always wanted someone else to give to her. As her invited friends gather at the chapel for her special day, they realize just how unconventional Linette's wedding is and maybe how needed.

This one-act play features roles for 3 women and 2 men. The characters range in ages from late 20's to 40's.

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About the Playwright: Juliana Atteberry has been an avid reader her whole life. Over time her love of reading has transferred over to interests’ in cultural anthropology and mythology, which inspire her writings. Her passions revolve around exploring and understanding the world around her and learning how to make it better while having a good time. She is currently in college to get an Associates of Arts Degree with an emphasis in Theater. You can find her other projects, which include books to T.V. shows, on her website. Love Thyself is her first published play.


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