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Lynne, Kimberley Louise (American playwright, 1961-____), “In My Tribe,”

a 60-minute suspense drama in English, set in Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A., December, 1999,

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  •  © 2001 by Kimberley Louise Lynne;  •  script/rights available from Kimberley Lynne, 2700 White Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 21214, U.S.A., e-mail Kimberley_Lynne@msn.com, www.kimberleylynne.com, telephone (home) 410-426-2034, (work) 410-319-8857.  •  Cited by Kimberley Lynne via ftp December 24, 2001; Lynne says,

  §  Dramatis Personae Max Mustardseed (m), 35, a stalker; Tom Perkins (m), 39, _____; Belinda Marx (f), 38, _____; Kate (f), 38, Belinda’s friend.

  §  Synopsis “Belinda has a stalker named Max. He might be a co-worker that she had a crush on years ago. Despite warnings from her friend Kate, Belinda refuses to leave her house as her possessions begin to disappear and shift. A Polaroid photo of Belinda asleep mysteriously appears on her pillow. A long ago night of date rape and murder binds friends Kate and Belinda, and the circumstances around Belinda’s sister’s accidental death are dubious. Neither woman is very far from the edge where Max exists. When Max traps Belinda, she fights back with the knowledge that she is capable of murder in self-defense.

  §  Comment “Everyone has secrets, and one is our shared capacity to kill. Through victims who are as tainted as their oppressors, the thriller asks: do you really know anybody, including yourself?”

  §  Themes date rape, death, hysteria, infatuation, murder, self-defense, secret, shared capacity to kill, stalking, terror, thriller, trap.
 

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