The Space Between Her Legs

**BRAND NEW** Maybell has a problem: Guys never stick around after she sleeps with them. She thinks she just needs to adjust her dating radar, but when her court-appointed gynecologist discovers that Maybell's vagina is actually sending her lovers to space, the federal government decides it wants a piece of the action, leading Maybell to ask "Am I Woman, or am I Weapon?"

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**BRAND NEW** Maybell has a problem: Guys never stick around after she sleeps with them. She thinks she just needs to adjust her dating radar, but when her court-appointed gynecologist discovers that Maybell's vagina is actually sending her lovers to space, the federal government decides it wants a piece of the action, leading Maybell to ask "Am I Woman, or am I Weapon?"

**Since this play is so spankin' new, if you're interested in this script beyond your first read, please contact me about revisions/development opps! **
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The Space Between Her Legs

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  • Jessie Salsbury:
    3 Aug. 2019
    Tiffany Antone has created a sparkling play full of analogies to the way those with vaginas are treated in today's times. It is inventive, wonderfully shocking, and these characters are incandescently different, hilarious, and moving through the work at a breakneck pace. Masterfully done with a lot for an audience to consider.
  • Stephen Kaplan:
    2 Jun. 2019
    I LOVE this play! It checks off so many boxes - hysterical, provocative, witty, low brow and high brow humor, relevance, great dialogue, great characters, satirical... Antone's ability to tackle important subjects as reproductive rights, sexual expression, and gender equality (among others) in such an inventive and exciting way awes me. I would love to see this performed and hope that theatres everywhere will embrace this brilliant play.
  • Michele Travis:
    9 Apr. 2019
    Tiffany Antone confidently mashes up genres to fantastic effect in this play -- it's a feminist science-fiction/buddy comedy/social satire. It is unabashedly theatrical, playful, and very funny.

Awards

Semi-Finalist
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Eugene O'Neill National Playwrights Conference
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Eugene O'Neill Theatre Center
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2018