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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

Joe Correll
Brian study #2
Acrylic on Canvas
18x24
One of One
2019
Joe Correll (the Artist)
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