Elaine Jarvik

Elaine Jarvik

Productions include "Two Stories" and "(a man enters)" at Salt Lake Acting Company. "Dead Right," a 10-minute play, was produced at the 2008 Humana Festival of New American Plays (and is now anthologized in "The Bedford Introduction to Literature.") Other productions include "Marry Christmas" for Plan-B Theatre and "The Coming Ice Age" at Pygmalion...
Productions include "Two Stories" and "(a man enters)" at Salt Lake Acting Company. "Dead Right," a 10-minute play, was produced at the 2008 Humana Festival of New American Plays (and is now anthologized in "The Bedford Introduction to Literature.") Other productions include "Marry Christmas" for Plan-B Theatre and "The Coming Ice Age" at Pygmalion Theatre.

Plays

  • Two Stories
    Jodi Wolcott’s newspaper is threatening to lay off even more reporters, and the designer donut shop her husband opened after losing his job is quickly using up all their savings. When a Pakistani family with a secret moves in next-door, Jodi hopes their story can save her job and her house. But it also turns out that the new neighbors plan to remodel their house into a giant French chateau, cutting of the...
    Jodi Wolcott’s newspaper is threatening to lay off even more reporters, and the designer donut shop her husband opened after losing his job is quickly using up all their savings. When a Pakistani family with a secret moves in next-door, Jodi hopes their story can save her job and her house. But it also turns out that the new neighbors plan to remodel their house into a giant French chateau, cutting of the Wolcotts’ light and their view. As feelings escalate, “Two Stories” explores the place where privacy, McMansions and page-view journalism intersect. “TWO STORIES” SYNPOSIS Jodi Wolcott’s newspaper is threatening to lay off even more reporters, and the designer donut shop her husband opened after losing his job is quickly using up all their savings. When a Pakistani family with a secret moves in next-door, Jodi hopes their story can save her job and her house. But it also turns out that the new neighbors plan to remodel their house into a giant French chateau, cutting of the Wolcotts’ light and their view. As feelings escalate, “Two Stories” explores the place where privacy, McMansions and page-view journalism intersect.