Kelly, Kim (American playwright, 1965-____), “Confined,”
a 20-minute dramedy in English, set in a retirement center, _____,
(1 f extra)
© ____ by Kim Kelly;
• in Kim Kelly’s Confined (_____, U.S.A.: The Author, _____);
• script/rights available from Kim Kelly, c/o ArtAge Publications, P.O. Box 19955, Portland Oregon 97280, U.S.A., telephone 503-246-3000, 800-858-4998, fax 503-246-3006, e-mail email@example.com; comes as an e-script or on hard copy in Word;
• contact Kim Kelly at firstname.lastname@example.org for the full scripts and permission to perform.
________ (m), 55, war photojournalist; ________ (m), 55, wheelchair bound; ________ (f), 65, ________; ________ (f), 35, ________; ________ (f extra), 35, ________.
“A war photojournalist is assigned to a retirement center to do stories on the residents while he recovers from an illness he acquired from his last posting.
• “Suitable for Professional, Community and University theatre.”—New Plays, http://seniortheatre.com/html/new_plays.html, accessed February 18, 2008.
• “Kim received a BA in theatre from the University of Texas at Austin from before the time microphones were invented. She began writing plays in September of 2002 as an expression of a ‘mid-life experience.’
• “Kim’s work was seen at the Edward Albee Last Frontier Theatre Festival in Valdez, Alaska and at the Bath House Cultural Center in Dallas, at the Lake County Repertory Theater’s “Playing by the Lake” Scriptwriting Festival, at the Ten Below Festival in Willoughby, Ohio and at the Playwright’s Circle in Palm Springs. Kim is a member of the Dramatists Guild and the International Centre for Women Playwrights.”—New Plays.
illness, photojournalism, recouperation, retirement.