THE FLAT AND THE SPARE

by Sean Murphy

Conrad sleeps under a bridge because it’s raining and takes pills because bad dreams keep them up at night. Is that young busker, Whalen, a ghost or a real flesh and blood fiddle player? While Whalen plays a lullaby Conrad shares more than a meal and more than intended. Sunny and Winter are young lovers. Love is an other-worldly presence. Winter struggles with trauma disorder. Sunny struggles with Winter. Love conquers all. But what does Neil Diamond and a “top 40 sing-along from the days of bell-bottoms and LSD” have to do with it all? An anthology of seven short plays about belonging, kindness and surviving trauma.

  • Min 6 with doubling. 18 individual roles. 9 Any Gender
  • Running Time: 90+ minutes
  • Royalty Rate: $75 per performance

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