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The Hope Slope

PARTIAL PRODUCTIONS

Falling off the Edge: A Night of Scenes from Eight New Plays, Baltimore Playwrights Festival, The Vagabond Players, Baltimore, MD, Oct. 2013

"The Many Faces of Love" Monologue Festival, Hudson Warehouse, Bernie Wohl Center, NYC, Feb. 13, 2015

SYNOPSIS

Julie, 38, is attractive and accomplished and has just moved in with her boyfriend of seven years, Josh.  She's hoping to marry him and start a family. But when Josh's difficult adult daughter moves in, problems quickly arise. When should you cling to hope that things

will work out, and when should you give up and go? Running time: 95 minutes.

Cast: 4 women, 2 men

PHOTOS/VIDEO

Photo: (l-r) Alesia R. Roy, Anne Shoemaker, from The Hope Slope, Baltimore Playwrights Festival, Free Fall Baltimore, Oct. 2013.

Video: Paul Singleton performing Josh's monologue from The Hope Slope,  Hudson Warehouse, NYC, Feb. 13, 2015. (Note: to play video, click on the "arrow" button.)