Slippery as Sin

Author: David Lee White

Slippery as Sin

Description: Detective Dorrington is the Glenn Beck of 1930’s New York. Trapped with several formerly wealthy Manhattanites in a Long Island mansion during a thunderstorm, Dorrington vows to convince everyone that they are under attack from a sinister communist named Diabolicus and he is willing to go to any lengths to prove he is right.
Year Written/Copyrighted: 2011
Date Added: 8/26/2015
Content Advisory:
1 Act, 90 Minutes
2 Females, 4 Males

NOTE: Slippery as Sin is fully protected by copyright law and is subject to royalty. All inquiries concerning production, publication, reprinting or use of this play in any form should be addressed to Rochelle at rd@indietheaternow.com.

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Keywords: Action/Adventure · Allegory · Anti-War · Comedy · Crime · Dark Comedy · Dysfunctional Families · Horror · Money · Mostly Male Characters · Mystery/Suspense/Noir · Philosophy · Pop Culture · Satire/Parody · Sickness and Mental Illness · Surrealism/Absurdism · Violence

Original Production Information

Slippery as Sin was first presented at the Passage Theatre, Trenton, New Jersey, in 2011, with the following cast and credits:

Madame Beltham: June Ballinger
Detective Dorrington: Greg Wood
Randolph Cleek: Brian Anthony Wilson
Harry Cleek: Justin Jain
Lolly: Joniece Abbot-Pratt
Morrison: Trent Blanton

Directed by Adam Immerwahr