by Mary Fournier Bill
Short Play, Comedy / 10f
The specter of "open housing" dominates this satire about the neighborhood apprehension that arises when a house is put up for sale. The action moves quickly from house to house and finally to a welcoming tea for a most unwelcome new neighbor. The posturing, the rationalizing and the tortuous reason…
- Minimum Fee: $45 per performance
- Setting: Azalea Oval, a short dead-end street. One fateful morning and the following Tuesday afternoon; the present.
MISS EMILY REDMOND - a woman in her fifties and the oldest resident of the street.
PEGGY - who lives around the corner.
THE PRINCIPAL - of Calvin Coolidge Elementary School. Any age over 35.
LUCY WASHINGTON - an attractive woman in her late thirties or early forties.