TRAPPED
ISBN: 978-1-61588-263-2
Type: Duet
Genre: Comedy
Theme: Relationships
Duration: 10 minutes
Speaking Cast: 1 female, 1 male (2 total cast)
SYNOPSIS: The elevator lurches to a halt, trapping two complete strangers alone together. Aside from both of them searching for a way out, the two don't seem to have anything in common...or do they?
Northwest PA Collegiate Academy
Erie, PA
Sullivan Central High School
Blountville, TN
RTR High School
Tyler, MN
USD205
Leon, KS
Holdrege High School Speech
Holdrege, NE
Tri-Valley High School
Downs, IL
"Scott Haan’s crisply written Trapped, an amusing examination of two strangers stuck in a hotel elevator. Pell’s character here is Andy, and the young woman he shares the elevator with is Rachel, played by Michelle Mercier. The tension and anxiety of being thrust together in such claustrophobic confines is fertile territory for the sarcastic banter that Pell and Mercier toss back and forth with the finesse of a tennis match. And like several of the other pieces, this one reveals one surprise after another under Tabatha Carsus’ deft direction."
By Paul Kolas - Reviwer - Telegram & Gazette
Trapped by Scott Haan debuted at the Red Barn Summer Theatre in Frankfort, IN on August 2, 2010. With only two actors, no set, and extremely minimal prop and costume requirements, it's a very simple show to stage anywhere.

If you enjoyed Trapped, check out Scott Haan's full-length comedy Mind Over Matt.

Red Barn Summer Theatre (IN)
Red Barn Summer Theatre (IN)
Red Barn Summer Theatre (IN)
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