SELDOM IS HEARD
SYNOPSIS: Hannah has quite a bit on her plate nowadays. Her
husband, Ivan, has returned from his tour of duty in Afghanistan
with an I.E.D.- caused brain injury. The term "supporting our
troops" seems to have a different meaning now that he's home.
Ivan's noisy and unpredictable behavior on his own front porch
irks Marilyn, president of the local Neighborhood Restoration
Association (NRA), who insists Ivan be put in a "special place,"
in order to keep up the local morale. Recognizing the war on
terror has to also be fought on the home front, Hannah and Ivan
choose to reenter mainstream society and credit Marilyn for her
CHARACTERS: 2 Women, 1 Man.
Winner: Judge's Award, Driftwood Players, 2010 Festival of Shorts
2011 Official Selection: Hollywood/Beverly Hills NAACP Theatre Festival