LOOSE HOG by T.K. Lee

£3.50

Macon, a young man on the run, has stolen his father’s car and taken to the highway in the middle of the night, but car trouble forces his hand, and making a wrong turn, he finds himself lost in the red clay hills of eastern Mississippi, on a forgotten exit ramp, beneath a billboard sign, on top of which sits a mysterious young girl, named Yinnie, whose very presence seems to keep him rooted in place, when all he wants to do is run. LOOSE HOG is pure southern gothic, told through the narratives of two strangely beautiful and unreliable characters that challenge us to define what truly makes us human.

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CHARACTERS

Macon: A young man in his early 20’s, must have a necklace, backpack

Yinnie: A young woman in her indistinguishable youth, must have a lime sucker

 

 

PRODUCTION HISTORY

Professional, Starkville Community Theatre, Mississippi Theatre Association, 2006

Professional, Under the Billiam Tree Productions, Indiana, 2005

Professional, (WINNER) Tennessee Williams award, New Orleans, 2005

Workshop, Bloomington Playwrights Project, Indiana, 2003

 

RUNNING TIME

Approximately 60 minutes

 

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