Kelly, Kim (American playwright, 1965-____), “Neverland,”
a 10-minute drama, set in Disney World, Orlando, Florida, U.S.A., 2005,
© 2005 by Kim Kelly;
• in Kim Kelly’s Neverland (_____, U.S.A.: The Author, 2005);
• script/rights available from Kim Kelly, email@example.com.
Harry (m), 45, a putz, downtrodden; Clare (f), 15, Harry’s daughter, spoiled, hateful; Tink (f), herself, a Disney character.
“A newly-divorced man takes his daughter to Disney World over Christmas, hoping he can mend his relationship with her. When his daughter won’t get within ten feet of him he strikes up a conversation with a Disney character.”—New Plays, http://seniortheatre.com/html/new_plays.html, accessed February 18, 2008.
• “This is ideal for Community, University and Professional Theatres.”—New Plays.
• Premiered at the Renaissance Guild “Act One Series” in San Antonio, Texas, U.S.A., in May, 2005.
Christmas, Disney character, Disney World, father-daughter relationship, first encounter, newly-divorced.