Sez She

Sez She

by: Jane Martin

by: Jane Martin

Overview

Written to be performed by five actresses, this sequel to Jane Martin's last monologue play picks up where Vital Signs left off - in these funnier, stranger days of the 21st century. Reveling in virtues of brevity that include hilarity, surprise, and homespun philosophy, these monologues roam the range of contemporary perspective on everything from sexual harassment to sleeping in theaters to the erotic appeals of silence. Whether biking across Massachusetts with 23,000 lawyers or reflecting on the meaning of a Pekinese dog with a picket fence stake through its heart, these characters know how to take the stage and make the most of their five minutes of fame.

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Jane Martin

Jane Martin, a Kentuckian, first came to national attention for Talking With, a collection of monologues premiering in Actors Theatre of Louisville’s 1982 Humana Festival of New American Plays. Since its New York premiere at Manhattan Theatre Club in 1982, Talking With has been performed around the world, winning the B ...

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