Play #23 (Make-up #5) - Dinner for Who by Gabrielle Sinclair
I took a nap in the middle of the day, and now I can't sleep. So I figured I would knock out a few short make-up plays, starting with Dinner for Who. Annabelle has agreed to meet Jason at a pizza parlor after having found him cheating with her friend Karen. Jason has come prepared with a handy analogy (or is it a metaphor?) about being a parfait that he clearly thought would win her back. But Annabelle has a few metaphors (or are they analogies?) of her own. It's a fun, clever, snappy exchange with lots of room for prop gags. I could see it being a decent showcase scene, and one could probably piece together a decent monologue from it too.