Greater Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


Frank, a psychology student, approaches a depressed Girl on a subway car at 2AM, offering to give her therapy. As Girl continually rejects his attempts at connection, Frank must reveal the most important night of his life, the night Girl (unbeknownst to her), saved his life. 

Time: Contemporary

Subject Matter: Teen Suicide, Individuality, Depression, Young Adults, Romance, College, High School, Quirky

Supplemental Information: Awards received by SPITTING DAISIES include: The Chesterfield Film Company's "Writer's Film Project," Los Angeles (Semi-Finalist), Moving Arts Premiere One-Act Competition, Los Angeles (Finalist), Nantucket One-Act Play Competition & Festival (Finalist), Samuel French Off-Off Broadway Short Play Competition & Festival, New York City (Finalist & Critic's Choice Play).


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