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Purgatory

Purgatory

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Published by Joe Dimuzio
Winner of a 2012 Winter Hopwood Prize in Drama & The Dennis McIntyre Prize
Winner of a 2012 Winter Hopwood Prize in Drama & The Dennis McIntyre Prize

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Published by: Joe Dimuzio on Jun 26, 2012
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Purgatory
by Joe Dimuzio 
 
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Cast
Janine Sparr
 – 
 
Mid 30s, kind-faced, well-spoken, probation officer.
Justin
 – 
 
Lanky black teenager, stone-faced. Arrestedfor selling drugs.
Carl
 – 
 
Clean-cut, preppy, white twenty-something. Speaksmethodically. Arrested for shoplifting.
Ted
 – 
 
Portly forty-year old white man, balding, Arrested for drivingdrunk.
Linda
 – 
 
Chain-smoking lady in her late 40s, long-nailed, with eyesstained by eyeliner. Arrested for stealing cash from localgrocery store. Only a white woman with too many nieces,nephews, failed relationships and benders can play her.
Jonathan
 – 
Aging hippie with flowing white hair and beard, warm laugherwho speaks quickly with a lot of hand motion. Arrested forgrowing marijuana.
Paul -
Voice-
only. Janine‘s soon
-to-be ex-husband. Cheated on Janine.
Derek-
Voice-only.
 
Janine‘s man
-on-the-side.
Paul didn‘t know.
 
Voicemail
- Female, vaguely British.
Assorted Voices -
Have fun.
 
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Set
 
The set consists solely of Janine‘s
court-house office
 — 
a compact room lit in a largecircle.
Note
(FLASH)
denotes lights being turned off and back on as quickly as the next scene can bearranged. The characters speaking are the only characters present in the room, unlessotherwise noted. Janine is
always
present unless otherwise noted.
Any/all ―(FLASH)‖es
can be, literally, picked at random. If one so chooses, all of the(FLASH)es can be presented in a different order for every performance.

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