I Ate Lunch Alone Today
A modern-day adaptation of Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House. Margaret has convinced everyone, including herself, that her relationship with Anthony is perfect. But when Margaret's childhood friend – a fun-loving flight attendant named Bridgette – comes to town for a quick visit, Margaret confesses that for the first time in two years she ate lunch alone, a moment that prompts the sudden realization that her life and her relationship are more damaged than she wants to admit. The script was an official selection for the Chicago Director's Festival. I Ate Lunch Alone Today features roles for 2 women and 2 men and contains adult subject matter.
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