Dolores: A Dark Comedy About Two Domestic Abuse Survivors
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The last date listed for Dolores was Sunday May 17, 2009 / 8:00pm.
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Six years ago, a 10-year-old boy accidentally shot and killed his little brother. Now, a court-appointed social worker has come for a home visit to determine if the boy should be let off parole early. With One In The Chamber, Ovation Award-nominated playwright (Dysnomia) and HBO Audience Award-winning screenwriter (The Four-Faced Liar) Marja-Lewis Ryan crafts a timely drama about family dysfunction and the effects of gun violence in America. With thematic echoes of Ordinary People and Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolf?, One In The Chamber goes right to the heart of a national crisis as seen through its day-to-day impact. Learn More
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Agreed, the acting was good, the set worked. The play seemed unfinished. The subject is very important which is why my husband and I chose to attend. There was too much left unsaid, it was too short. Needs further development and depth.
This comedic drama tells the story of two sisters drawn together because of domestic abuse, influencing their lives far more than they can admit to their friends and themselves. Featuring hilarious rapid-fire dialogue (written by Edward Allen Baker), the show seeks to lift the lid on abusive relationships in a way audiences can confront and think about.