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“Mel Is A Strange Girl”


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Williams, Karin Diann (American playwright, 1964____), “Mel Is A Strange Girl,”

a 45-minute comedy-drama in English, set a room with a double bed, 1998,

2m2f;

  •  © 1998 by Karin Diann Williams;  •  script/rights available from Karin Diann Williams, PO Box 127778, San Diego, California 92112-7778, U.S.A., e-mail karindiann@onebox.com, telephone (home) 619-388-2045, (work) 619-251-5492, fax 619-388-2045.  •  Cited by Karin Diann Williams, via e-mail June 20, 2000; Williams says,

  § Dramatis Personae Jeep (m), 35, Mel's brother; Heidi (f), 30, a high-powered yuppie executive; Mel (f), 22, an aimless slacker; J.D. (m), 22, _______ .

  § Synopsis  “Mel is an aimless slacker whose life is changed by her attraction to a high-powered yuppie executive—who also happens to be her older brother's girlfriend.

  § Comment “Premiered at the Fritz Theater, San Diego, California, 1999. Directed by Jerry Lee.  No special staging requirements.”

  § Themes affair, business, brother-sister relationship, courtship, family, fantasy, identity, love, promiscuity, sex, gender, teenage, yuppie.

See also Karin Diann Williams’
  • Head,” a 45-minute comedy-drama, set anywhere, 1996, 3f
  • Sunrise,” a 45-minute comedy-drama, set in any urban locale, 1990, 1m1f
  • Susan, Katrina and Jill,” a 45-minute comedy-drama, set a room with a double bed, 1989, 1m1f
  • The World,” a 45-minute comedy-drama, set in a small city in New Mexico, 1964, 2m2f

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