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Identity Crisis - Short Play, Comedy

Identity Crisis

Kitty Burns

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Short Play, Comedy

3m, 3f

ISBN: 9780573701344

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Description

Short Play

Comedy

Parody / Spoof

30 minutes

Time Period - Present Day

Settings Of Play - The lost luggage department at the Oakland airport

FEATURES / CONTAINS

No intermission

Interior Set

Contemporary Costumes / Street Clothes

CAUTIONS

Strong Language

TAGS

Business

TARGET AUDIENCE

Appropriate for all audiences, Adult, Senior, Pre-Teen (Age 11 - 13), Teen (Age 14 - 18)

PERFORMANCE GROUP

Jr High/Primary, High School/Secondary, College Theatre / Student, Community Theatre, Professional Theatre

Identity Crisis involves a paparazzi who stages the most elaborate scam she can conjure up so she can write the story of the century. "Amelia Earhart’s luggage" has been found in the baggage claim area of the Oakland airport! Her plan to get the scoop of the century backfires when airline baggage claim employees unravel the mystery.

Published in the collection If God Wanted Us To Fly He Would Have Given Us Wings!

Identity Crisis premiered in Belt, MT in February 1998. It was then produced at The Eclectic Company Theatre by The Vagabond Players in Hollywood, California.
Characters

CASTING

3m, 3f

CHORUS SIZE

No Chorus

ANDREA ESTRIDGE - mid-40s, demanding
NATHAN ROSS - any age, bored with his job, impatient
KATHY HEALY - late 20s, cute, lively
JACK - any age
GEORGE - around 60
MARIAN - around 60
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MUSICAL STYLE

N/A (Not a musical)

VOCAL DEMANDS

N/A (Not a musical)

Author
Kitty Burns

Kitty Burns

Kitty Burns grew up thinking she was 100% Irish Catholic; then, to her surprise, at 18 years of age, she found out that she was only 50% Irish Catholic. The other 50% was Russian Jew! With an identity crisis like that, she figured that she should get into something sensible and rational that would give her a strong sense of reality, and help her figure out who she "really was," so she became an ... view full profile

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Reviews
Kathleen Therese Nasarow [W,H] 7/26/2014 12:55 PM
The paparazzi take a lot of heat, and this play caps on that in a very funny way.  I'm sure a lot of famous people would love to see one of them busted trying to pull off one of their scams as shown in this play!

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