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Author:Ronni Sanlo
ICWP Member?:Yes
Nearest Large City:Seattle
Play Title:Dear Anita Bryant
Runtime:61-90 minutes
Synopsis:In 1977 singer Anita Bryant began her anti-gay work in an effort to repeal Miamiís new non-discrimination ordinance. Successful, Bryant took that campaign across the country. The next year, the Florida legislature ruled that lesbians and gay men were not fit parents. In 1979, playwright Ronni Sanlo came out as a lesbian and lost custody of her two young children. Years later, she wrote a letter to Anita Bryant. Dear Anita Bryant is a memoir, a true story with a wide arc and an extremely relevant anchor. It makes the viewer ache, despair and rejoice and ache again, in waves and moments very familiar to each person who grew up during those years. And in the most unique moment at the end, the audience is brought to a place of forgiveness... the ending everyone needs.
Max. Cast:6
Min. Cast: 
Theme:Social justice
Web Page:www.ronnisanlo.com
First Name:Ronni
Last Name:Sanlo
Notes:This is a true story based on an aspect of the playwright's life.