STUCK - A Ten Minute Play

Author Scott Mullen
North Hollywood, California

PLAY DESCRIPTION

Time: Contemporary                                

Situation: A young barista at an airport wonders why she has seen the same young man in the waiting room for two months; he shares his story, and their lives are both changed.

Subject Matter: Romance, Transition, Life, Veteran, Stasis

Note from Playwright

I wanted to write a play about two characters who unexpectedly change each other's lives, and came up with the idea of Palmer's odd story.  A lot of Palmer is based on my late brother; this particular thing never happened to him, but I think he would have lived in an airport for two months if that opportunity presented itself.  This play can (and has been) done with casts that are all-male or all-female.

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    Ten-Minute Play
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    Drama, Romance
  • Period
    Contemporary
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