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By: Bobby KenistonAdd to Wish List
Script Pack: $14.25
   (Includes 3 scripts)
Add a Script: $1.00
   (Copy for Director/Judge - must be ordered with Script Pack)
First Performance Royalty: $15.00
   (Performance Royalty waived for competition)
Each Additional Performance: $15.00
Type: Ten Minute Skits & Play
Genres: Comedy, Forensics, Speech and Debate
Themes: Existential Drama & Absurdist Theatre, Emotional Distress, Stranded
Running Time: 10 minutes
Speaking Cast: 2 females, 1 male, 3 total cast
ISBN: 978-1-60003-611-8
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Do you ever feel uncomfortable in cramped little spaces? Montgomery does. Unfortunately, he finds himself stuck with his girlfriend, Kat, in a claustrophobic waiting room. Neither one of them know where they are, how they got there, or where they came from. They are given no help from Adele, a waitress of some kind, whose constant smile and habit of mixing up words may hide a sinister secret. While Kat ponders breaking up with Montgomery, he fidgets, fumes, and remembers why he hates little spaces so much to begin with. This strange, comic ten-minute play is a great piece for building characters, and will leave the audience laughing and discussing its meaning long after the final curtain has closed.
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