A heartbreaking and hilarious one act. How does a family deal with watching one of their own disappear?
About 25 minutes
Times given are approximate and do not include intermissions/scene changes/breaks
1 M | 3 W | 5 Any Gender, Plus offstage voices
Norma is running out of time. Thanksgiving Trick or Treat is upon her and the tablesweat isn’t finished and she can’t remember which of her daughters is older. How does a family deal with watching one of their own disappear?
This heartbreaking and hilarious one act would be a wonderful experience for students onstage and off. Lots for your tech team to explore—from ghost costumes, to lighting, to creating a “tablesweat.”
1 Man, 3 Women, 5 Any Gender, Plus offstage voices
Characters in this play are currently identified as male or female. Directors are welcome to assign any gender (binary or non-binary) to any character and modify pronouns accordingly.
Standing Lamp, A Radio, Coat Rack, Scarves, Heavy Coats, Small Bookshelf, Norma's Chair, Basket with Tablecloths, Dining Table fo 4, Cane, Ceramic Elf, Coat/Scarf/Hat, Collection of Elves, Plasic Pumpkin or other type of Carrier, (2) Bowls of Halloween Candy
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