REPORT FROM THE STREET - Observed - Homeless Person

Author MK Punky
Los Angeles, California

MONOLOGUE DESCRIPTION

Time: Contemporary                                

Situation: A Homeless Person thanks a Census taker for affirming his/her existence.

Subject Matter: Homelessness. Observation. Empiricism. Physics. Nature of Existence. Census. Gratitude.

Note from Playwright: This piece is the culmination of a year-long listening project. It's part of an eight-monologue suite called REPORT FROM THE STREET: VOICES OF THE HOMELESS, published as a chapbook by H&H Press.

Supplemental Information: This monologue was originally published in an anthology called "The Kindness of Strangers" (Universal Table, 2016).

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  • Source
    Stand-Alone Monologue, One-Act Play, Poem
  • Character Age
    Adult 20-30, Adult 30-40, Adult 40-50, Adult 50-60, Adult 60-70
  • Character Gender Ident./Sexual Orient.
    Universal
  • Character Ethnicity
    Universal
  • Genre
    Drama, Performance Poetry, Poetic Drama
  • Period
    Contemporary
  • Length
    2 min +
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