Teenie

by Nicholas Priore

Nick and Tammy injured their daughter, Teenie, when she was an infant. After a short prison sentence, they were able to turn their lives around and start a new family…but Teenie remained completely debilitated and bed-ridden, under the custody and care of a woman named Marion. Just after Teenie’s eighteenth birthday, Marion grants Nick and Tammy permission to visit her for the first time in all those years, so that they can see the long-term effects of what they did. When things take a turn during the visit, Nick and Tammy find themselves confronted with brand new consequences for something they did as teenagers. 

  • Cast Size: 3M 3W 1M/W
  • Running Time: 90+ minutes
  • Royalty Rate: $75 per performance

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About the Playwright

Nicholas Priore was born and raised in Utica, NY, where he endured a Catholic education and graduated from Notre Dame High School.  He studied fiction and poetry for four years at SUNY, Purchase, earning a BA in Creative Writing, and went on to study playwriting at the Actors Studio Drama School, where he graduated with an MFA in Theatre.  His thesis play kicked off the 2010 Repertory Season at Dance New Amsterdam.  He was a member of the Actors Studio Playwright Directors Unit and Workshop, where he developed his work. Nicholas taught at St. Francis College in Brooklyn and was the director of their theatre group, The Troupers. One of his acting students was Pete Davidson. He also taught Theatre at Utica college. His plays have been featured in such festivals as FringeNYC, the American Globe 15 Minute Play Contest, and the Samuel French OOB Short Play Festival. He is the Writer in Residence at the historic Players of Utica, where his work continues to go up. During quarantine, he founded Theatre of the Great Puppeteer, a horror collective that brought digital content to audiences at home. He has monologues in various anthologies from Smith and Kraus and Applause Books…and now, he is honored to finally have his material published in its entirety by Next Stage Press…

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