Elemeno Pea (Paperback)

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Description


Full Length Play
Comedy

2m, 3f

When Devon visits Simone for an end-of-summer sibs fest on Martha’s Vineyard, she finds her little sister changed beyond recognition. As personal assistant to wealthy and demanding trophy wife Michaela Kell, Simone enjoys a lavish beachfront lifestyle that these girls never could have imagined growing up in blue-collar Buffalo—but is all this luxury really free of cost? Worlds collide and sisters square off in this keenly-observed comedy about ambition, regret and the choices that shape who we become.

MICHAELA - married to Peter Kell & the owner of this house, 33
SIMONE - her assistant, 29
DEVON - Simone's sister, 35
ETHAN - a friend of Peter & Michaela's, 42
JOS-B - the property caretaker, late 40s/50s

About the Author


Molly Smith Metzler grew up in Kingston, New York. Her plays -- including Elemeno Pea, The May Queen, Close Up Space, Carve, and Training Wisteria -- have been produced across the country and off-broadway at such theaters as Manhattan Theatre Club (MTC), Actors Theatre of Louisville (Humana Festival), South Coast Repertory, Summer Play Festival (SPF), Cherry Lane Mentor Project, Chautauqua Theeatre Company, Geva, Boston Playwrights' Theatre, and The Kennedy Center, where she was the recipient of three Kennedy Center National Student Playwrighting awards. Molly is an alum of Ars Nova Play Group and the Primary Stages writers group in New York; she studied playwrighting at Boston University, NYU Tisch, and The Juilliard School. A member of EST and The Dramatists Guild, she is currently under commission at South Coast Rep, Actors Theatre of Louisville, and Manhattan Theatre Club. She lives in New York.

Praise For…


"...smart...insightful...think of it as a funnier Downton Abbey, if the mansion were a smart-house on Martha’s Vineyard." - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

"...the comedy is as bitingly sarcastic as it is wonderfully human." - Broadway World
Product Details
ISBN: 9780573702020
Publisher: Samuel French, Inc.
Publication Date: January 1st, 2013