Comedy/ 10 Characters, 7 Women, 3 Men / Full Length, 80 minutes
Synopsis: As a soon-to-be divorcee holds a garage sale, her neighbors gather to help. In the process, their own marriages get the comic once-over. Bernice’s suspicions about her spouse’s faithfulness are driving him batty; Ozzie and Kay seem to have the perfect union — but their friends have yet to learn the story behind it; and Wilma is convinced her late husband has come back as a plant. Throw in a tell-it-like-it-is medium and a raucous seance, and you have a hilarious and telling look at the flip-side of marital bliss.
Contact information: Amateur and professional rights:
Linda Juanita Stockham
Ph. (U.S.): 951-388-7528
About the Playwright: Linda Juanita Stockham is a cultural anthropologist/playwright. She received a B.A. in Anthropology from California State College San Bernardino and her Interdisciplinary M.A. in Anthropological Studies from California State University San Bernardino. Her plays have been produced in New York, Los Angeles, and throughout the United States, as well as internationally. Now retired, she lives in California.
Divorce Sale was first produced by the Manhattan Players, New York City in June, 1993.