Cast Size: 

3W, 3M, 1M child

Running Time: 
100 minutes

Lisa, a New Yorker turned Idahoan, finds herself pulled into a neighborhood battle over who is to blame for recent playground vandalism. Her new friend Tabby believes it is the refugee children from Iraq. The fight that ensues will force Lisa to reevaluate her friendship with Tabby, her marriage, her place in Idaho and her own deeply buried prejudice about Muslims. Foothills Park is a story about a community coming face to face with the source of its fear and prejudice, and the struggle of one New Yorker trying to find her place in a far away land called Idaho.

Character Descriptions: 

LISA, from New York, 30
BRADY, her husband, a professor, 36
TABBY, from Kuna, Idaho, 34
LEVI, from an Idaho town so small it doesn’t have a name, 34
NOOR, a boy, small for his age, 11
SHALAA, from Iraq, Noor’s mother, 32
RYAN, a photographer, from America, 22

Developed as part of The Artful Conspirators Open Rehearsal Series and at the Lark Play Development Center in NYC. Script and rights available by contacting the playwright.