SHORT PLAY
Drama
New York is special, they're just trying to figure out why.

One sibling is looking for a way to reclaim history while the other is looking for a way to say goodbye. Both try to persuade the other about the true meaning of home.

CHARACTER INFORMATION
Denise - Female, 20s, any race / ethnicity

Corey- Female, 20s, any race / ethnicity
AWARDS & RECOGNITION
FINALIST
(Itinerant Theatre, LA - 2020)
REVIEWS & RECOMMENDATIONS
“Home is many things to many people...Corey has one memory; Denise another. Can they make a family together back in New York with so much baggage from growing up? An amazing duologue between siblings.”
(Marj O'Neill-Butler)

“I've never been to New York and always wanted to, more so now. John creates a wonderful snapshot of a relationship between two people, both trying to find that place of belonging but believing very different things. I love the two very different characters, the quick back and forth bickering between the two of them and the brilliant varying conversation, all stemming from a discussion about one place. As a British person, I do also love their discussion about the weather. "Different degrees of hot aren’t seasons." is a line that had me giggling, and this play will you!”
(Rachel Feeny-Williams)
READINGS & WORKSHOPS
Alliance Theatre Course, GA - 2019

Axial Theatre, NY - 2022
IMAGES

Axial Theatre

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