by Tanner Heath
Short Play, Comedy / 3m, 3f, 1girl(s)
Published in the collection Thespian Playworks 2015
A group of individuals in mall get stuck on a broken escalator. Only interested in their own lives and technology, tensions rise as they try to find the best way off of the escalator. It isn't until they are able to band together against an snooty shopper by throwing her into a foutain that they are able to find a way to not only get off the escalator, but open up to the people around them.
- Minimum Fee: £30 per performance plus VAT when applicable.
- Time Period: Contemporary
- Duration: 30 minutes
- Setting: A busy mall with an escalator at the center.
- Features / Contains: Contemporary Costumes / Street Clothes
Casting3m, 3f, 1girl(s)
CHARACTER 2 – Teenage boy
CHARACTER 3 – Young girl
CHARACTER 4 – Man in his mid-thirties
CHARACTER 5 – Woman in her twenties
CHARACTER 6 – Man in his twenties
CHARACTER 7 – Woman in her early forties
- Ensemble cast
- Roles for Teens
- Roles for Children
Escalator premiered at the Thespian Festival in June 2015 under the direction of William Myatt.