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Author:Patricia Milton
ICWP Member?:Yes
Nearest Large City:San Francisco
Play Title:Reduction in Force
Runtime:91-120 minutes
Synopsis:“Reduction in Force” is an economic comedy about ass-kissing, back-stabbing, and survival of the sneakiest. The play examines minute-by-minute ethical decisions made by employees of Icarus Financial Services during a massive layoff. What happens when people are reduced to commodities, and fraud is the preferred way of doing business? A reduction in force puts career secretary Anita Green on the chopping block. Will she keep her job or her self-respect? An hilarious clusterf*** of backstabbing, ageism, class warfare, and—romance!
Max. Cast:3
Min. Cast:3
Theme:satire of corporate immorality
Web Page:http://www.patricia-milton.com/plays/reduction-in-force/
First Name:Patricia
Last Name:Milton
Notes:It was voted “Best Local Play” in the 2011 Broadway World SF Theater Awards.

“A hilarious lampoon of corporate culture, ‘Reduction in Force’ combines comedy with intrigue and a healthy dose of satire.” (Elana McKernan, Theatre Bay Area Magazine).