TERMINAL is a comedy-drama in three acts with four characters, Adam, Eve, Lucifer, and Gabriel, dealing with their past, their present, and their intertwined and inescapable futures.
This quirky play is set in an airport terminal as the characters apprehensively wait for Judgment Day to arrive. It is a reflection on the very nature of free will, what it means to make choices, and how those choices necessarily include the eternal struggle between good and evil.
The play is performed in approximately one hour and twenty minutes and requires relatively limited stage setting. Terminal is a fun play to direct and perform - and a very entertaining play to attend. Best of all it is something a little different for your audiences!
Terminal was originally published by Moose Enterprise Book & Theatre Publishing.
Read A Brief Excerpt from TERMINAL
He hoped and prayed that there wasn't an afterlife.
Then he realized there was a
contradiction involved here and merely hoped that there wasn't an afterlife.
-Douglas Adams, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy