Artistic License

What's the character breakdown?

6 women and 3 men.

How long is it?

It's a full-length play, 94 pages long.  With an intermission, it plays at about 1:40.

Has it been produced?  

Not yet.  

What's it about?  

Rebecca is directing a play her friend Doug wrote about a lesser-known historical figure when she learns that Doug has done some malewashing, downplaying the role of the female character in the story. After Rebecca uses her skills as a director to return the woman to her place of prominence, Doug flips out (even though she hasn't changed a word of his dialogue) and starts a war of words that divides them and makes the show notorious. What do we owe to historical fact and what can we dismiss by waving the wand of "artistic license?”

Can I read a sample?  

It’s still a work in progress. If you want to see a draft, email me here.

Has it been published?

Not yet, but I'll always entertain offers.