PENNY AND SAM by H G Brown

£6.00

It is 1956. Grandma Gorki has died, her daughter Madge is selling the house, and her granddaughter, Penny, has to move on. So does Sam, the young man who has roomed in granny’s garage for the past ten years. Penny is 20 years old, and has Down syndrome; Sam is 25 and afflicted with muscular dystrophy. Where will they go; what will they do? They figure it out as they discover their friendship is deeper than they imagined.

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CHARACTERS

SAM is 25, about 5’8” tall, walks with a limp in his left leg and his left hand is stiffened in a claw. He has muscular dystrophy.

PENNY is 20 and around 5’ tall. She has mild Down Syndrome, and would today be considered “high functioning.”

 

RUNNING TIME

Approximately 70 minutes

 

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FEMALE CAST

MALE - CAST

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