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Bunny (Moscovitch)

Hannah Moscovitch

Full Length Play, Dramatic Comedy  /  4f, 3m

"The dialogue is masterfully written. It’s snappy and smart and music to the contemporary ear." - The Stratford Beacon Herald

Bunny (Moscovitch)

by  Hannah Moscovitch

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  • Cast Size
    Cast Size
    4f, 3m
  • Duration
    Duration
    90 minutes
  • SubGenre
    Subgenre
    Romantic Comedy
  • Audience
    Target Audience
    • Adult
Description
Sorrel grew up obsessed with Victorian literature and influenced by the sexual revolution.  She doesn’t fit the strict societal norms of her small town high school. Sorrel enters college as a self-proclaimed loser with no girlfriends, until she meets Maggie. Maggie’s support, loyalty, and unwavering friendship bring forward Sorrel’s moral questions as her sexual desires remain. The two women grow older but when Maggie is diagnosed with cancer, Sorrel must choose between raw feeling and devotion.
History

Bunny premiered at the Stratford Festival in Stratford, ON in August 2016 under the direction of Sarah Garton.

Considerations

Performing Groups
  • College Theatre / Student
  • Professional Theatre
  • Blackbox / Second Stage /Fringe Groups
Cautions
  • Alcohol
  • Strong Language
  • Mild Adult Themes

Licence details

  • Minimum Fee: £55 per performance plus VAT when applicable.

Specifics

Details

  • Time Period: Contemporary, Present Day
  • Duration: 90 minutes
  • Setting: Multiple locations
  • Features / Contains: Contemporary Costumes / Street Clothes

Casting

4f, 3m
Cast Attributes
SORREL - various ages 17 to 37 
JUSTIN - 17
MAGGIE - various ages 19 to 37 
ETHAN - 30s to 40s
CAROL - various ages 29 to late 40s 
LOLA - 17 
ANGEL - 23

Media

Press

REVIEWS

"The dialogue is masterfully written. It’s snappy and smart and music to the contemporary ear." - The Stratford Beacon Herald, Read More 

"Bunny is a romance. What’s more, it’s sexy. But the romance often isn’t erotic and the sex isn’t always romantic. But in its messiness, this story of desire, morality and connection is hard not to fall in love with." - The Toronto Star, Read More

Videos

  • Interview with Hannah Moscovitch about Bunny

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Authors

Hannah Moscovitch

Hannah's writing for the stage includesEssay,The Russian Play,East of Berlin,The Mill Part II: The Huron Bride,The Children's Republic,Little One, andIn This World (for young audiences). Hannah's plays have been produced across the country, including at the Tarragon Theatre in Toronto where she is currently playwright- ...

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