See Jane Quit

Overview

Jane's life turns upside down on the worst possible day: the day she decides to quit smoking! When this 30-year old waitress announces to her friends and family that she's quitting "for real," they're supportive. In fact, they're a little bit too supportive. Each has an explosive announcement of their own to share, from a looming divorce to an impending sexual crisis, but nobody wants to be responsible for Jane falling off the non-smoking wagon. As they trip over themselves to keep their secrets secret, who would...
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Overview

Jane's life turns upside down on the worst possible day: the day she decides to quit smoking! When this 30-year old waitress announces to her friends and family that she's quitting "for real," they're supportive. In fact, they're a little bit too supportive. Each has an explosive announcement of their own to share, from a looming divorce to an impending sexual crisis, but nobody wants to be responsible for Jane falling off the non-smoking wagon. As they trip over themselves to keep their secrets secret, who would suspect that Jane is keeping the biggest secret of all? Will Jane quit quitting? This delightful southern comedy proves that you can quit smoking, but you can't quit your crazy family!

"Light-hearted and entertaining-a playful Southern romp!" -Lexington Herald Leader

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780615939599
  • Publisher: Steele Spring Stage Rights
  • Publication date: 2/19/2014
  • Pages: 106
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.22 (d)

Meet the Author

Beth Kander is a writer, performer and consultant with one foot in the South and the other in the Midwest. Selected playwriting awards: Charles M. Getchell New Play Award (2012); Theatre Oxford 10 Minute Plays Audience Award (2012); three Eudora Welty New Play Awards (2013, 2010, 2008); Mississippi Theatre Association New Play Award (2009). Ms. Kander has also been named Best Writer by the Jackson Free Press and won screenwriting awards from the 48 Hour Film Project. In addition to playwriting, Ms. Kander contributes to several blogs and magazines regularly, and has authored several works of fiction, including the novel "Was" and the children's book "Glubbery Gray: The Knight-Eating Beast" (Pelican Publishing). She holds a Bachelor of Arts from Brandeis University and a Master of Social Work degree from the University of Michigan, and is an active performer, consultant, and voice actor. To keep up with her work, you can visit her website (www.bethkander.com) or for more frequent updates, you can like her Facebook page: www.facebook.com/ByBethKander.
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