Saturday Aug 25, 2018 - Monday Sep 17, 2018


by: Inda Craig-Galván
directed by: Jon Lawrence Rivera

A brand new play about one daughter's fractured memory of her troubled mother, as seen through three different perspectives.

When 70s film prom queen Carrie is your role model, your adolescence must really suck. Will Lanny grow into a well-adjusted adult who can forgive her mother’s many faults? Or will she burn the whole town to the ground with telekinetic powers? A girl can dream, can’t she? A play full of good music, bad memories, and the hope for a better Scott Baio.

  • Starring: Kevin Coubal, Kita Grayson, Donna Simone Johnson, Inger Tudor and Cheri Lynne VandenHeuvel
  • Producer: Henry 'Heno' Fernandez
  • Scenic Designer: Austin Kottkamp
  • Lighting Designer: Derek Jones
  • Costume Designer: Mylette Nora
  • Sound Designer: Matthew Richter
  • Projection Designer: Lily Bartenstein
  • Stage Manager: Christina Bryan
  • Casting Director: Raul Clayton Staggs

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PLAYWRIGHTS’ ARENA accepts unsolicited full-length plays from Los Angeles-based playwrights only and that comply with the company’s mission statement.

We do not accept one-acts (less than 70 minutes long), one-person shows or “kitchen sink” dramas. Please submit the entire script with a cover letter and playwright’s bio using the form below.

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