No More Monsters Here

No More Monsters Here

No More Monsters Here

by: Marcus Gardley

by: Marcus Gardley

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No More Monsters Here

No More Monsters Here

by: Marcus Gardley

by: Marcus Gardley

Overview

No More Monsters Here is a satire about a young white female who visits a psychiatrist and gets diagnosed with "Negro-phobia": a fear of African American people. The psychiatrist tells her that the cure is for her to spend three days literally living in the body of a young African American male who lives in the hood. The end result is a revelation that will make you laugh, shock you, and perhaps break your heart!

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Cautions

  • Caution Intense Adult Intense Adult Themes

Details

  • Time Period: Contemporary, Present Day, New Millennium/21st Century
  • Cast Attributes: Role(s) for Black Actor(s), Non-Traditional casting, Multicultural casting, Parts for Senior Actors
  • Target Audience: Adult, Teen (Age 14 - 18)

Authors

Marcus Gardley

Marcus Gardley is a poet-playwright. He was the 2012 James Baldwin Fellow and the 2011 PEN Laura Pels award winner for Mid-Career Playwright. The New Yorker describes Gardley as “the heir to Garcia Lorca, Pirandello and Tennessee Williams.” His play The House that Will Not Stand

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