The Parking Lot

FULL LENGTH, A couple decides their fate in a parking lot. A play meant to be performed outside by two actors quarantined together (1M, 1F) who can play a couple. It takes place in a parking lot and people watch from the safety of their cars.
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The Parking Lot

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  • Donna Hoke:
    21 Aug. 2020
    This parking lot pandemic pivot is just the kind of play I'd want to see right now, when I'm sequestered with people I love who might also be driving me a little crazy. It's beautiful and simple and reminds of some truths that deserve consideration right now. The deceptive simplicity of it is what would make it work so well outside, but I hope if we return to theaters, The Parking Lot comes along.
  • Sasha Brätt:
    18 Aug. 2020
    Szymkowicz has a way of presenting seemingly simple people, in seemingly simple places, and yet, what they are entangled in is anything but simple. We can see ourselves in both of these characters as they navigate the uncharted waters of their relationship. Are the stuck? Or just parked for a while? Szymkowicz gives us a couple looking deeply into their relationship in ways that we may be too afraid to, or too afraid that we admit that we do. In the end - he hits all the notes of love and humanity.
  • Cheryl Bear:
    13 Aug. 2020
    A beautiful and hilarious exploration of a couple as they end up spending way more time together than they planned. They go to a place of hope and infinite possibilities to perhaps learn to appreciate more where they've parked. Exquisite and lovely!

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