Remember your best friend? No, the other one. The one that liked to lie. Maybe it’s time they 'fessed up.
Doll is on the mic, Ted is on backing vocals. Set to the greatest love songs of all time, this is what happens when the lights come on, you’re singing, and you realize you might just have to grow up.
|Publisher:||Theatre Communications Group|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 7.75(h) x (d)|
About the Author
Phoebe Eclair-Powell is a writer from South East London. Her plays include: Epic Love and Pop Songs (Pleasance, Edinburgh, 2016); Fury (Soho Theatre, 2016; finalist for the 2015 Verity Bargate Award; winner of the Soho Theatre Young Writers’ Award); WINK (Theatre503, 2015); One Under (Pleasance Below); Mrs Spine (OUTLINES at the Old Red Lion); Bangin’ Wolves (Courting Drama at the Bush Upstairs, published by Playdead Press, later with Poleroid Theatre for Wilderness Festival); two rapid write response pieces, Coal Eaters and Glass Hands (Theatre503); The Box (Theatre Delicatessen SPACED festival and Latitude Festival); Elephant and My Castle (SALT Theatre at Southwark Playhouse); CARE (Miniaturists at the Arcola).