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A new play by Joe Correll
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A new play by Joe Correll
The Favorite
A new play by Joe Correll
Keep It Light

By Joe Correll

Keep It Light
A new play by Joe Correll
DEBBIE GOES TO
   HOLLYWOOD
A screenplay by    Joe Correll
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A screenplay by Joe Correll

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"This is not what I was expecting when I drove all the way down here to go to a funeral and help clean out the garage. This is really, really depressing."
                                                 -Megan in The Favorite
"Your brother is talking to the Chinese food."
                -Ethan in The Favorite
"It’s like people’s whole lives come down to boxes of junk in a garage."
                                            -Megan in The Favorite
"I wonder if we should take a break? Who wants some vintage Twinkies?"
                                       -Ethan in The Favorite
"This is literally a box of garbage. Someone filled a box with garbage, sealed it with packing tape, and put it into the garage."                                 
                                                                - Ethan in The Favorite
"You sent me an EASTER card when my boyfriend was killed!!! It had rabbits on it!"                                                                                                       -Megan in The Favorite.
"You’re just showing off. Just stop. We don’t want to hear about your Chicago chopstick expertise. It’s America. Forks are just fine!"
                                                                      - Shelby in The Favorite

 
"You with your touchy feely “feelings”. Dad never had a feeling a day in his life. He turned out perfectly fine."
                                                      -Shelby in The Favorite
"Therapy is something you guys might want to consider."
                                     - Ethan in The Favorite
"Sometimes I have nightmares about Africa! I’m trapped in a crate with a bunch of bananas!"
                                                -Dylan in The Favorite
"You never really know your parents until they’re dead and you go through their stuff." 
                                                           - Shelby in The Favorite

"A lovely pastiche of Neil Simon, American oddity, (and a healthy splash of Athol Fugard thrown in?) the performers each have moments to soar, and the audience much to mull the next day"

Robin Samuels, Television Producer

© 2019 by Joseph Correll all rights reserved.
 

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