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Author:Anne Marie Wells & Angel May Wise
ICWP Member?:No
Nearest Large City:Jackson, WY
Country:United States
Play Title:Love and Radio and Zombies (...Kind Of)
Runtime:11-30 minutes
Synopsis:Estelle is a radio drama actress about to finish the series finale of her radio show, Love in the Time of Zombies. She is moving to Chicago the next day with her partner, Sam, so he can pursue medical school. Estelle's best friend, Delilah, prods her about her buried romantic feelings for her radio show co-star, Orion. Estelle is faced with having to confront her conflicting feelings and make choices about what would really make her happy. This show is filled with Gilmore Girl-esque back-and-forth and slapstick radio foley.
Max. Cast:4
Min. Cast:4
Theme:Complacency versus passion
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First Name:Anne Marie
Last Name:Wells
Notes:Any or all characters' pronouns can be changed to "they" or other gender non-conforming pronouns. Any character can be portrayed by any gendered person as long as the characters names remain the same.