In Negative Energy, Rose is completely against having her roommate’s sister Meagan live with them temporarily which sparks this monologue.
ROSE: THIS, it’s always something. Whenever I come home from work you have some sort of issue going on and I can’t deal with it. I need my space and I need my peace. You make everything such a big deal and it’s becoming too much. It overwhelms me and I end up feeling depressed and angry and I don’t want to feel that way. I’m not that way. I’m more chilled and optimistic and you drag me down to the pits of hell and whenever I try to bring you some light you wrestle with me for hours, until finally, finally you are in a better mood but by then I’m exhausted and have no strength to do anything for myself that pleases me. I have to work up the positive energy inside myself to get out of whatever crappy state of mind you put me in to begin with. I don’t want to do this anymore.
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In this serio-comedic one act ePlay, after GINA asks her roommate ROSE if her sister MEAGAN can live with them temporarily things get heated, especially when Meagan shows up at their front door. 3 women.
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