What’s Out There
Other Plays by Felicia Londré
Londré, Felicia (aka Felicia Hardison Londré, American playwright, dramaturg, and translator from French, Spanish, and Russian, 1941-____), “What’s Out There,”
a 10-minute horrific comedy, set in a closet in an office building, U.S.A., 1995,
© 1995 by Felicia Londré;
• in Felicia Londré’s What’s Out There (Kansas City, Missouri, U.S.A.: The Author, 1995);
• 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; or from Felicia Hardison Londré, Curators' Professor of Theatre, University of Missouri-Kansas City, 5100 Rockhill Road, Kansas City MO 64110, U.S.A., voicemail 816-235-2781, fax 816-235-6562, home 816-444-1878, e-mail LondreF@umkc.edu.
• Cited by Londré in letter, July 13, 1995, and amended August 23, 2007; Londré adds,
Bunny (f), 30s, emaciated blond cleaning woman; Juanita (f), 30s, Hispanic, secretarial staff; Diana (f), 30s, black president of corporation.
“Three women of different ethnic backgrounds are trapped in a storage closet as a presumed terrorist rampages through their office building.
• “A tense situation is treated in a comic vein.
• “Play was a 1992 finalist at Actors Theatre of Louisville, Kentucky, U.S.A. It was produced at City in Motion, Kansas City (1993).
• “Playwright was dramaturg for Missouri Repertory Theatre, 4949 Cherry Street, Kansas City, Missouri 64110, U.S.A."
• “The past is alive. At least it is in Felicia Londres head. The theater professor at the University of Missouri-Kansas-City may know more about Kansas City theater than anyone in the country."—Bethanie Tydings >> 2007 >> April, http://bethanietydings.blog-king.net/index.php/2007/04/page/2/, accessed August 23, 2007.
closet, corporate culture, ethnicity, gender, male-female relationships, race, social class, terrorism, trap.