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Robinson, Kristyn Leigh (American playwright, 1974-____), “Schroedinger's Cat,”

a 30-minute drama in English, set in the visitors' room in a prison, 10:00 a.m., 2003,

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; • © 2003 by Kristyn Leigh Robinson; • in Kristyn Leigh Robinson’s Schroedinger's Cat (Newark, Delaware, U.S.A.: The Author, 2003); • script/rights available from Kristyn Leigh Robinson, 723 Colgate Lane, Newark, Delaware 19711, U.S.A., e-mail playwrights_cramp@yahoo.com, telephone (home) 302-266-9717, http://www.kristynleighrobinson.4t.com. • Cited by Kristyn Leigh Robinson via ftp March 18, 2003 ; Robinson says,

§ Dramatis Personae Psychologist (m or f, preferably m), any age; Paul (m), Elizabeth's fiance, slightly older than Elizabeth, a scientist, very supportive and understanding; Eddie (m), 45, an abusive father; Elizabeth (f), late 20s, a successful television newswoman, outwardly self-assured, but this confidence masks her insecurities and issues.

§ Synopsis “Psychologist is interviewing Elizabeth, who has been arrested for murder. He is attempting to determine her competency to stand trial. Elizabeth and Psychologist discuss society’s view of ‘victims’ and what point during childhood marks a person’s being irreparably damaged.

§ Comment “It is very important that Eddie not be played in a sinister fashion. • Set requires a table and two chairs center stage and four chairs at the perimeter of the ‘room.’”

§ Themes child abuse, incarceration, interview, mental competency, murder, psychology, revenge killing, trial, victimization.

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