Proclivities

Proclivities by Kirsten Greenidge

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Productions (1)
Comedy/Drama
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55 - 65 minutes
2 f, 4 m (6 actors possible: 2-4 f, exactly 4 m)
Content Notes: Adult language
Set: Minimal. A living room that changes instantly to various locales.

One pleasant evening, Doug and Shonda invite their friend Bing over for dinner and drinks. As they ply him with wine, the conversation's civility begins to crumble, and we witness each of the trio's run-ins with characters on the edge of their suburban existence -- a pregnant waitress, an ether-addicted doctor, a philanthropic street peddler. These experiences converge on the comfortable living room, forcing a choice between continuing on with their disconnected lives, or embracing the possibilities of human kindness.

Pricing Information

Min. Performance Fee* $80
Standard Edition $9.99
Stage Manager Edition $18.99

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Play Details

One pleasant evening, Doug and Shonda invite their friend Bing over for dinner and drinks. As they ply him with wine, the conversation's civility begins to crumble, and we witness each of the trio's run-ins with characters on the edge of their suburban existence -- a pregnant waitress, an ether-addicted doctor, a philanthropic street peddler. These experiences converge on the comfortable living room, forcing a choice between continuing on with their disconnected lives, or embracing the possibilities of human kindness.

  • Comedy/Drama
  • |
  • 55 - 65 minutes
  • 2 f, 4 m (6 actors possible: 2-4 f, exactly 4 m)
  • Content Notes: Adult language
  • Set: Minimal. A living room that changes instantly to various locales.

Production History

APR 07, 2006 - APR 23, 2006
The Guthrie Theatre/BFA project at the University of Minnesota
Minneapolis, MN United States
The Guthrie Theatre/BFA project at the University of Minnesota Minneapolis, MN United States
No upcoming productions.
No professional productions.

Awards (1)

Commissioned by the Guthrie Theatre (2006)