CLASS WAR One-Act Play

Author Fonde Taylor
Birmingham, Alabama

PLAY DESCRIPTION

After several weeks’ delay, Bill the carpenter is delivering a magnificent custom-made door to the McDermott mansion. Mrs. McDermott is angry at the long delay of her door and ready to pounce on the humble carpenter. When Bill announces a problem that will further delay the job, Mrs. McDermott screams and demands the job be completed immediately. As Bill goes to retrieve his keys a mysterious stranger appears out of nowhere to offer help with the job. Bill graciously accepts his assistance and the results will be more than expected for him, Mrs. McDermott and her housekeeper Juanita.

Time: Contemporary

Subject Matter: Battle of the Sexes, ClassismHopes, Dreams, Weariness, Escape, Middle-Age, Retirement, Solitude, Silence, Faith, Gratitude 

Note from the Playwright: In every city there is a distinct dividing line separating the wealthy community from the other communities. This piece reflects the tension between the two.

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    Contemporary
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