by Triza Cox

On a seemingly normal evening, drug runner and low-level gangster Teeny Boy decides to cook his old friend from lock up (Fang) a special dinner. The only problem is that this meal will be Fang’s last supper as Teeny Boy has been ordered by his boss (Dino)  in the Kush Gang to execute Fang. Teeny Boy reveals his murderous plans and for complicated reasons, Fang agrees to share this meal before his demise. The two rehash surviving incarceration and navigating release in a world offering them few options. Their night is interrupted by the arrival of Teeny Boy’s parole officer (Agent Clarabella Evans).

  • Cast Size: 3M 1W
  • Running Time: 45+ minutes
  • Royalty Rate: $40 per performance

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About the Playwright

Triza Cox is a theatre artist who has served as the Artistic Director of The Drama Lady Theatre Group and is the Director of Outreach and Engagement for Hedgepig Ensemble. Recent awards include the FY22 South Carolina Arts Commission Fellowship for screenwriting. She also has served as the South Carolina Ambassador for the Dramatists Guild. She holds an MFA from the University of Louisville and has trained with Dell’Arte International School of Physical Theatre and as a Theatre of the Oppressed Facilitator with the Mandala Center for Change.Her original plays include A Last Supper, Melodies in E, Meritocracy, God in the Midst of it All, and Lil’ Bard.

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