We’ve enlisted some of Seattle’s most creative and compelling theatre artists to contribute a recorded performance with only two rules: the final product must be 60 seconds or less, and it must be filmed on a webcam. Any other elements (sound, costume, set, post-production, etc.) are completely up to the artists.
This monologue is an excerpt from “Free Range,” a piece by Jennifer Jasper that’s part of Pressing Matters, a collection of her short plays being produced in New York next year. In it, a mother grapples with the consequences of a parenting experiment.