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Minimum Fee: $75 per performance
Full Length Play
120 minutes (2 hours)
Time Period - Contemporary, Present Day
Settings Of Play -
The fictional town of Lenoraville, Alabama. Present day.
Contemporary Costumes / Street Clothes
Alcohol, Mild Adult Themes
Death, Friendship, Love, Memory, Religion
Appropriate for all audiences, Adult, Senior
College Theatre / Student, Community Theatre, Dinner Theatre, Professional Theatre, Reader's Theatre, Shoestring Budget, Blackbox / Second Stage /Fringe Groups, Church / Religious Groups
Maytag Virgin follows Alabama school teacher Lizzy Nash and her new neighbor Jack Key over the year following the tragic death of Lizzy’s husband. The play explores the ideas of inertia and self-enlightenment and the bridge between the two.
Read more about Maytag Virgin - (1M 1W) Southern Love Story, see show photos and complete awards history at www.audreycefaly.com.
"Cefaly makes her characters rich and mixed-up enough for us to build some real affection for them...It's sweet stuff." - The Washington Post, Read More
"Audrey Cefaly’s unflinchingly honest story is one no one should miss; take your mom and ‘dem and don’t miss it!" - DC Metro Theatre Arts, Read More
"Maytag Virgin is a witty and earnest meditation on how people connect even when they feel they’re not ready, and what it is to move on while honoring and remembering the things, and people, who came before." - DC Theatre Scene, Read More
"...a heart-warmer of a play...Cefaly writes with sympathy and a finely-sharpened wit." - Broadway World, Read More
Check out these photos from Quotidian Theatre's production of Maytag Virgin in October 2015.
Maytag Virgin premiered at the Quotidian Theatre in Bethesda, MD as a part of the inaugural Women's Voices Theatre Festival in October 2015 under the direction of Audrey Cefaly.
Role(s) for Black Actor(s), Strong Role for Leading Woman (Star Vehicle)
ELIZABETH "LIZZY" NASH - high school English teacher, 30s-40s, Southern (Alabama) JACK KEY - high school physics teacher, 30s-40s, Southern (Alabama)
Audrey Cefaly is a Southern writer whose work draws inspiration from her home state of Alabama and the Gulf Coast region. Her work is finely tuned to the colorful voices and stories of Southern working class people and seeks to explore the human condition through intimate character-driven vignettes expressly designed and edited to effect a cathartic release for the viewer. More info >> www ... view full profile
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