by Neena Beber
Full Length Play, Dark Comedy / 3m, 4f
Anna has left graduate school to join the real world, as a writer on a children's television show in Orlando, Florida, she finds that world to be more surreal and absurd than anything she's left behind.
"Briskly hilarious comedy about a brittle New Yorker who abandons her doctoral dissertation on Virginia Woolf's use of parenthesis to write scripts for kid's TV show. "– Bob Mondello, Washington City Paper
"If you are not already terrified by the prospect of the Disneyfication of America, this wry exploration of its possible effects will put the fear of Mickey in you." – Charlie Whitehead, Time Out
- Minimum Fee: $75 per performance
- Time Period: Present Day
A television studion in a theme park in Orlando, Florida.
The present tense.
- Features / Contains: Contemporary Costumes / Street Clothes
WYATT - Anna's boss, at least 40s, former writer now wheeler dealer.
VICKI -20S, earnest, a theme park princess who grew up on the wrong side of the orange groves.
CARL - A director who is going places, 30s, biracial
RODGER - An obessed fan, 18 going on 13.
DELL - A fan, Rodger's mother.
EMILY - A voice, a child star at the end of childhood, 13 going on 18,