Wrong Turn at Lungfish
by Garry Marshall, Lowell Ganz
Full Length Play, Dramatic Comedy / 2m, 2f
The story of a blind and bitter college professor and his encounter with a saucy, streetwise young woman who volunteers to read to him in the hospital.
"Humongous laughs! Great fun." - ABC-TV
"A compassionate, humorous comedy of character with philosophical overtones and occasional excursions into profundity." - Drama-Logue
"An imaginative potion of laughter, lament, and transcendence, Wrong Turn at Lungfish is a strange but inspired mix." - The Hollywood Reporter
- Minimum Fee: $75 per performance
- Time Period: Present Day
- Setting: The Present. A hospital room somewhere in New York City.
NURSE - Complaining, immature young girl who is somehow going to be a good nurse, some day.
ANITA MERENDINO - Mid-to-late 20's, early 30's, tough street g1rl. Very optimistic and cheerful in order to h1de a low self-esteem.
DOMINIC DE CAESAR - Anita's boyfriend. Late 20's, early 30's. A good-looking, funny, charming but not brilliant street guy who can turn mean suddenly.