WALL FLOWER HOUSE – PLAY ABOUT AGORAPHOBIA
Victoria, a young woman on her twenty first birthday, suffers from agoraphobia. She hasn’t left the house ever since her parent’s funeral, a few years ago. Her friend Ellory has been looking out for her since their high school days together. He supports her by doing errands for her for which she compensates him. He cares for her deeply and is probably the only one who understands her plight. He is instrumental is helping her to accept her condition and to come to grips with the recovery process in this play about agoraphobia.
Author: Grant Sutor Vuille
Type: Two hander one act play
Genre: One act drama script
Cast: Cast of 1M 1F
Ages of the actors: Actors aged twenty one
Length: Play Twenty minutes long
Suitable for: PG 12 (language)
Set: Victoria’s living room. The WALLS have a multicoloured flower design on them. Sunshine bursts through a window. A radio plays classical music.
Level of difficulty: 7/10 – nice festival piece with good interactions between the two actors
Cost is $5 for this new digital script
Copyright © 2012 Grant Sutor Vuille
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