BURST - I Hate Women - Sarah Boyd

Salt Lake City, Utah

PLAY DESCRIPTION

As Tactix, an environmental tech company, sits on the verge of its next round of funding, founder and CEO Sarah Boyd must persevere through a late-night interview with a particularly tough reporter and the waffling of her CTO Jennifer Weaver. It's a heavy load, and Sarah knows that she is the only one great enough to bear it.

MONOLOGUE DESCRIPTION

Time: Today                           

Situation: Sarah Boyd has a million balls in the air when she finds out the interview she expected to be with the Senior Tech Reporter is actually with a female reporter whom she's never heard of. She doesn't take the news well.

Subject Matter: Technology, Start-Up, Women in The Workplace, Gender Roles, Office, Arrogance, Ego, Anger

Note from Playwright: There are so many plays that take place in a work-place that focus entirely on men, I wanted to write an office play for female performers to sink their teeth into.

Supplemental Information: To read the Full-Length Play BURST, go to Rachel’s New Play Exchange page https://newplayexchange.org/users/275/rachel-bublitz

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  • Character Age
    Adult 20-30, Adult 30-40
  • Character Gender Ident./Sexual Orient.
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    Universal
  • Genre
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  • Period
    Contemporary
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