Zelonis, Kim (American playwright, 19__-____), “Tumbling After,”
a __-minute drama in English, set in _____, ____,
© ____ by Kim Zelonis;
• in Kim Zelonis’ Tumbling After (Arlington, Virginia, U.S.A.: The Author, ____);
• script/rights available from Kim Zelonis, 2000 North Adams Street, Arlington, Virginia 22201, U.S.A., telephone (cell) 412-716-3462, telephone 703-528-1348, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
• Cited by Kim Zelonis via The Playwright's Forum, accessed January 17, 2007; Zelonis says,
Cody (m), __, Jill’s boyfriend; _______ (m), __, _______; Jill (f), __, Cody’s girlfriend; Jackie (f), __, Jill’s friend.
“A leisurely hike turns chaotic when Jill goes into an anaphylactic episode from an apparent bee sting. This event forces her friend Jackie to reveal a secret she has been hiding from her boyfriend, Cody, for five years. The lie ends up destroying their relationship in a very permanent way: death.”—The Playwright's Forum, http://pforum.neptunewebgroup.com/play.asp?pw=177&id=189, accessed January 17, 2007.
“Kim Zelonis writes full-length, one-act, and ten-minute plays that are characterized by twisted humor and surprising stories. She received the award for outstanding contribution by a playwright in the 2004 Pittsburgh New Works Festival for her one-act play “A Skewed Nude.” Her other produced works include the one-act ‘Indiscriminate Avocados [2m2f],’ the ten-minute ‘The Wrong Mistake [1m1f],’ and the full-lengths Fear of Immaculate Conception and Pseudo-Kinesis. She is currently working on the full-length Necromony, USA, which will premiere at Duquesne University in February 2007.”—The Playwright's Forum, http://pforum.neptunewebgroup.com/playwright.asp?id=177, accessed January 17, 2007.
allergy, anaphylaxsis, bee sting, death, hike.
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