by Bret Carson

Howard doesn’t get out much. A skilled artist with a lonely streak, his main source of camaraderie comes from his friends, a collection of dolls made from locally sourced materials. Each one has a story, a past, and a promising future as a part of Howard’s human doll gallery. They’re treated with the utmost respect with daily touch-ups, hangouts, and a weekly movie night to name a few of the perks. What more could a human doll want? After accepting a job at Hillary’s, a local department store, he’s greeted by a slew of new faces like Cyrus, the store manager, and Grayson, a fellow employee. Ecstatic, Howard can’t wait to make some new friends…

  • Cast Size: 4M 2W
  • Running Time: 90+ minutes
  • Royalty Rate: $75 per performance

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About the Playwright

Bret Carson is a writer and teacher born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee. Horror played a pivotal role in Carson’s childhood, starting with an interest in children’s horror developing into a fascination with true crime and psychological terror. He currently teaches English and lives in Nashville with his cat Sully.

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