by Jordan Morille

“Norma’s Rest” explores the poignant journey of Norma, a compassionate woman running a sober living home. As she battles cancer and confronts her mortality, a local pastor presents a tempting offer to buy the home, stirring inner conflict. The play delves into themes of forgiveness, second chances, and the shared humanity that unites us, revealing that even the most flawed individuals are not so different from the rest of us.

  • Cast Size: 3W, 2M, 1NB
  • Running Time: 90+ minutes
  • Royalty Rate: $75 per performance 

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About the Playwright

Jordan Morille is an award-winning playwright, novelist, and professor. A few of his plays include Norma’s Rest, Thirty Deep, and the short play Jars. Other works include the novella The Juneborn (Running Wild Press) and the novel The Blacktop Lagoon (Atmosphere Press). He currently lives in San Marco, Texas with his wife, children, and dogs, and teaches at Texas State University. 

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