Eleanor Leftwich is a law-abiding citizen, but technology has identified her to the government as someone who might be holding a few grudges. When her assigned listeners descend to offer her the chance to speak directly to the big guy, she speaks freely -- but for the last time. A darkly comic look at American citizens' freedoms in these days of domestic wiretapping.
(This play is also available in the collection Humana Festival 2006: The Complete Plays.)
- 10 - 15 minutes
- 1 W, 6 M, (5-7 actors possible: 1-7 W, 1-7 M)
- Content Notes: Adult language
- Set: Minimal.