Recovery Room

In the one-act eplay Recovery Room, James finds himself locked in a room with a stranger named Ola who sets the tone for what’s to come.

OLA:  It fades. Today will fade. Tomorrow will too. Everything almost does…we all fade away into mist and ash and dung. Up, up and away we go to a place that no one knows. They say there’s an afterlife and yet if Euripides, the Greek playwright wore a robe and died and went to some afterlife place and now let’s say today you died and go to an afterlife place, does that mean you will get a chance to meet Euripides or are there two different afterlife places? Does each of us get our own special corner? And if you do meet someone from the past, then what does that communication look like? Does he question why you’re wearing jeans? Would you get along? I’m trying to catch up on my spiritual growth…

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Recovery Room by Joseph ArnoneIn the one act eplay Recovery Room, James realizes that he is trapped in strange place by force with a woman he’s never met. 1 Woman, 1 Man. Drama.

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