Sally, Hank and Their Son Harry
by Manning Jordan
Sally, Hank and their Son Harry is an exploration of sex, love and nurturing that takes place over two time periods, the first in 1968 at a dinner party, and the second at a present-day sex panel at the 92nd Street Y. Throughout the play, the action freezes periodically for extended asides that give the audience glimpses of the characters’ backstories and inner monologues.
- Cast Size: 4M 6W
- Running Time: 60+ minutes
- Royalty Rate: $75 per performance
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About the Playwright
Manning Jordan is a published monologist, comedian & playwright. She is a finalist for the 2021 Samuel French OOB Festival, and was most recently published in Rowman and Littlefield, Inc. entitled 100 MONOLOGUES FROM NEW PLAYS 2020 – WOMEN. Her one woman show “Airwaves” premiered in March at the wildproject and can be viewed here. She hosts a monthly show at Brooklyn Comedy Collective called Monologues with Manning. As a playwright, Manning has self produced six plays, three of which were in Fringe’s FRIGID festivals for three consecutive years (2017, 2018, 2019). Her work has been shown at Dixon Place, The Kraine Theater, wildproject, The Brick, Manhattan Rep, Theater Under St. Marks, Vital Joint, The Footlight and more. The pilot version of LES MUSEUMS has been selected for the 2021 Austin Revolution Film Festival, the 2020 Big Apple Film Festival and has advanced to the semifinal round of ScreenCraft Stage Play Contest (2020). Her short film THOSE WHO CAN’T has been named an Official Selection of the Reel 13 Short Film Contest, and her pilot SUNNY & 70 was accepted as a Fastidious Official Selection. She co-hosts a queer dating podcast called 1-800-LOVE.