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macklaaaa asked: Hi! I'm looking for something really specific, and you might be able to help me out. I'm looking for a play is either open to or requires racial and gender diversity, that requires minimal scenic elements, and has a flexible number of (continued...)


Cast members (like a play of monologues could be a one woman show or it could be a different person for every monologue, and every combination thereof). I know that’s really specific, and the two I’m looking at so far are  Anna Deveare Smith’s Twilight: Los Angeles 1992 and John Cariani’s Almost, Maine. Any suggestions?

This is pretty specific but somehow I have a whole SLEW of ideas for you! Caryl Churchill’s recent Love and Information would be perfect. Sarah Kane’s 4:48 Psychosis is another one. I’d also highly recommend checking out Chuck Mee's plays, which are super flexible (and free! online!). Fire Island, Big Love, and Fetes de la Nuit are good. Have fun!

Plus, Mark Ravenhill’s (pool) no water and Martin Crimp’s Attempts on Her Life

PS Love and Information, 4.48 Psychosis, and Chuck Mee are all AMAZING options.