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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  • 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.
  • Greg Burdick:
    5 Jul. 2018
    Tiffany Antone has harnessed an almighty power in this outrageously funny, and thought provoking play. Maybell’s “wormhole” (how will I ever be able to hear this word again and not giggle like a middle-schooler?) possesses great strength. Superhuman. Goddess-level. And as she learns how to wield it in “THE SPACE BETWEEN HER LEGS,” we’re taken on a daring ride. What I loved most: while Antone makes all the male characters look like absolute nitwits, she gives their female counterparts equitable eccentricities. The takeaway? We’re all a hot mess trying to figure things out. Equally powerful. Equally powerless.
  • Asher Wyndham:
    30 May. 2018
    If I could attach a gif to my recommendation, it would be an explosive Batman-cartoon style WOW! This sci-fi feminist play has the imaginative stretch of a comic-book. It's the best rollercoaster ride that you've never been on, taking you from the OBGYN exam room to the courtroom, from NASA to the cosmos, to name a few places. It's unapologetically political, theatrically in-yer-face-WTF, intelligent, and LMAO-funny. If you're a fan of Sheila Callaghan, charmed by her wit and playful language, and love being challenged by her work, then check out Antone's play. Y'better add Antone to your list!

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