Bad For Business - Dealer

San Francisco, California

MONOLOGUE DESCRIPTION

Time: Contemporary                                

Situation: A drug dealer describes how he failed to tell his buyer that he switched Ritalin with heroin and the possible regret when he heard this college student died.

Subject Matter: Regret, Drug Use, Drug Overdose, Pressure to Succeed, College Life, Blame, Business

Note from Playwright: This piece was created from a conversation from a heroin user and the death of her friend.

Supplemental Information: https://soundcloud.com/alan-olejniczak/bad-for-business

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  • Source
    Stand-Alone Monologue
  • Character Age
    Young Adult (18-21), Adult 20-30
  • Character Gender Ident./Sexual Orient.
    Bisexual, Gay, Male, Questioning
  • Character Ethnicity
    African/African American, Caribbean, Latin@/x - Hispanic, Middle Eastern/Mid Eastern American, Multiracial, Native American, Pacific Islander, White
  • Genre
    Drama, Urban Theatre
  • Period
    Contemporary
  • Length
    2 min or less
  • Writer Gender Identity/Sexual Orientation
    LGBTPQQIA/Non-Binary
  • Writer Ethnicity
    White
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