MATERNITY MAYHEM
ISBN: 978-1-93180-553-7
Type: Monologue
Genre: Comedy
Themes: Family, Greed, Health Care
Duration: 10 minutes
Speaking Cast: 1 female (1 total cast)
SYNOPSIS: You have to see it to believe it! A woman entrusted to the maternity ward develops a most peculiar pastime...while her co-workers are distracted by their favorite soap, she takes it upon herself to switch the identities of her newborn charges. By the year's end, over 700 children have gone home with the wrong set of parents. To add to the trouble, when the issue comes to light, all the kids want to be part of the richest family in town.
CCHS
Charlotte, NC
Savannah Middle School
Savannah, MO
St Thomas Aquinas Speech and Debate Club
Steubenville, OH
PHS Theatre
Perry, GA
Stockdale High School
Bakersfield, CA
Hazelton-Moffit-Braddock Public School
Hazelton, ND
"I enjoyed performing Maternity Mayhem because it was fun, well-written, and flowed naturally. I get a lot of dramatic roles thrown my way, but comedic character work is my absolute favorite. The more characters in a piece, the better. It had been so long since I'd done something like Maternity Mayhem...it just felt good!"
By Aisha Love - Performer - Student of Jade Esteban Estrada
2nd Annual Actors Showcase at the SMART Art Project Space in San Antonio, Texas Photo by Mary...
2nd Annual Actors Showcase at the SMART Art Project Space in San Antonio, Texas. Photo by Mary...
2nd Annual Actors Showcase at the SMART Art Project Space in San Antonio, Texas. Photo by Mary...
2nd Annual Actors Showcase at the SMART Art Project Space in San Antonio, Texas. Photo by Mary...
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