A play in one act CHARACTERS Sherry: 31, blue short-sleeved plain blouse over purple shorts, blue flip-flops, long straight hair. Amir: 33, grey-striped pajamas (both shirt and pants), barefoot, shirt collar halfway turned-up, mussed hair, one-day’s worth of stubble. TIME The present, late morning. PLACE
CHARACTERS: ALITA, a small and deformed and living in an abandoned barn. About twenty or so. Wears a simple dress made from gunny sacks. PAULA, a social worker, expectant mother, thirties. SETTING: The old abandoned barn in the middle of nowhere. A storm is overhead,
Characters Princess of the Sea, a 16-year-old high school student, African American Milkman, African American Mother, African American Time and Setting The present. Morning. A kitchen (a table, chairs). At rise: PRINCESS enters. Looking disheveled, she is dressed in PJs and a bathrobe. Today
CAST: 2 persons — 1 F, 1 M [doubling] Allison — college instructor, a medievalist, mid-30s, recently widowed Stranger — sly, small-time con man, late 20s Policeman — police officer (off-stage voice) Setting: suggestion of a kitchen — chairs, table, counter top, a
CHARACTERS: BETH & LESLIE are women in their 30s. BETH is dressed comfortably but conservatively. Her hair & makeup are put together. LESLIE has a bolder look. She has a few tasteful piercings & edgy accessories. SETTING: A coffee shop. Today. AT RISE: Beth sits
“NO BLOOD, JUST FRAUD” LEN: A gremlin. Height: 1’1”. Irritated, Rhode Island accent. Sits like Gollum. FELIX: A dragon. Height: 8’4”. If Winnie-the-Pooh was a theater major. STODDARD: An insurance agent. Height: 5’10”. Human. Grey. THE WATCHER: A raven. Height: 1’2”. Scene: A loan office.
CHARACTERS: KIERAN HARBER-GLASSLEY: A teenage boy, a senior in high school. AVERY HARBER-GLASSLEY: Kieran’s younger sister. An eighth grader. Has a pentagram somewhere on her. DANNY PIERCE: Kieran’s boyfriend, also a senior in high school. JOHN GLASSLEY: Kieran and Avery’s dad. MELANIE HARBER: Kieran and
THE GIRL and THE BOY are in a kitchen, or in a car. They are very young. They might be crying, but probably not. THE GIRL HE MET AT THE HOMECOMING DANCE WHO TOLD HIM THEY WOULD NEVER MARRY The books are the only things
In response to A COUPLE OF POOR, POLISH-SPEAKING ROMANIANS by Dorota Masłowska translated from the Polish by Benjamin Paloff Characters: Blythe and Sy: A couple of idiots The ghost of La Virgen de Guadalupe Los Angeles. Winter. It’s 80 degrees out, who are we kidding.
Cast of Characters PRODUCER: A voice: a woman of unidentifiable age and a cool measuredness. Is she God? LEATHER DADDY: A man of at least 40. He wears a leather jacket and leather cap, a la Tom of Finland, but his sexuality has partially spoiled.