Tigers Be Still Analysis

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Tigers Be still is a comedic and dramatic show. Sherry Wickman, who received her master degree in art therapy sends out countless resume and cover letters waiting for the job offers that never comes. After moving back home with her family, she stays in her childhood bed until she gets a job at a school. Unfortunately now the only problems she is facing are: her mother does not leaver her room and doesn’t let anyone in, her sister wouldn’t leave the couch, her first patient in her home office, and for extra spice a tiger that ran out from the

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