Lost in Place: Trina & Adele

One Act (~10 mins). A year or so into a world-wide pandemic, Adele pays Trina a visit to follow up on a commitment she made. Part of the Lost In Place Anthology.
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Lost in Place: Trina & Adele

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  • Andrew Martineau:
    9 Jul. 2021
    Craig Houk has a true gift for writing varied, three-dimensional characters of every generation, gender, class, and culture. I could imagine the ease in which the actors would have bringing these exasperatingly ornery women to life because the dialogue and tension are so organic and funny. The ending took me a little by surprise since most of the action in the beginning deals with their trivial gripes. I realized these women are deeply emotional and really need each other. This is really excellent writing.
  • Robin Berl:
    23 Apr. 2021
    I fell in love with these "unlikable" women! Houk has brought to life two characters who highlight the pain, vulnerability, and loneliness inside us all, leaving the lasting impression of how truly important it is to build community and take care of each other.
  • Jacquelyn Floyd-Priskorn:
    22 Apr. 2021
    This whole series has just been so wonderfully crafted. When I saw this one was up, I added it to my reading list immediately and I am glad I did. Lost in Place is going to be a great evening of theatre. And these are two more very full, rich characters actors are going to love diving into!

Character Information

    Mid Sixties,
    Any race
    Late Fifties,
    Any race