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Londré, Felicia (aka Felicia Hardison Londré, American playwright, dramaturg, and translator from French, Spanish, and Russian, 1941-____), “What’s Out There,”

a ten-minute horrific comedy in English,

3f,

(can pair with Felicia Londré’s “Battle of the Sexes,” a bill of vignettes, 1m1f; “Miss Millay Was Right,” a drama, 3f; “Mistress and Man,” a comedy, 2m2f; or “Play ‘Melancholy Baby,’” a drama, 1m) script/rights available from Felicia Londré, 528 East 56th Street, Kansas City, Missouri 64110, U.S.A., (home) 816-444-1878, (voice mail) 816-235-2781. Cited by Londré in letter to author, July 13, 1995; Londré adds,

Dramatis Personae ________ (f), ____________; ________ (f), ____________; ________ (f), ____________.

Synopsis “(The play) has 3 women of different ethnic backgrounds trapped in a storage closet as a terrorist rampages through their office building.

Comment “Play was a 1992 finalist at Actors Theatre of Louisville. Playwright is dramaturg for Missouri Repertory Theatre, 4949 Cherry Street, Kansas City, Missouri 64110, U.S.A.”

Themes closet, ethnicity, office, terrorism, trap.
 
 
 
 

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