COVID-19 / PLAYWRIGHTS RESPOND


New member writes a satire on the future of the pandemic.

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Pollyanna has decided to do a weekly podcast from her home as a public service. She is a thirty-something psychologist and family therapist who believes she has the background to guide us through the stresses and strains of this difficult time in America. The podcasts are done from her home, a condo in Brookline, Massachusetts, which she shares with her husband, two children, and a dog. The weekly podcasts go from upbeat advice to the ranting of someone becoming unhinged.

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[A living/dining room space in a Boston apartment. To SL a couch covered with blankets, pillows, remotes, charger cables, etc. sits too close to a large screen TV. Next to the couch is a coffee table littered with snacks and half-empty glasses. At center stage is a table with a laptop computer open. Upstage of the computer table is a small bookcase and a window. As the lights come up, Alyssa – a woman in her mid-20s wearing pajamas and rumpled hair – is carefully arranging the upstage bookcase with a vase of fresh flowers, and selecting particular books and family photos to be arranged strategically. Once she is satisfied, she sits down and starts typing; all other voices are heard from offstage.]

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Nora and Mimi return, this time during the pandemic of 2020.

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This is part of an email sent to James and Jean by Donna Martone. We thought it fit the theme of PL members responding, and Donna agreed we could publish.

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Old John and Carol meet in Faneuil Marketplace during the pandemic.

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