Full-Length Play | Winner of the 2019 SETC/Stage Rights Ready To Publish Award | Camaro Gibson loves only three things in this life: strawberry glazed donuts, her daddy, and Route 66. Born and raised on the Southside of Chicago, Camaro keeps her daddy’s heart in their family’s repair shop: a 1967 Chevy Camaro engine. For the last five years, since her daddy passed away, she has been trying to get that baby to rev and hear its heartbeat one last time before she lets him go.
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- CAMARO GIBSON: Female, late 30's any race or ethnicity. Camaro loves three things in this life: strawberry glazed donuts from Dunkin Donuts, her daddy, and his 1967 Chevy Camaro. She got an engine for a heart and oil for blood. Don’t try to change her. Stubborn as all Hell, just like her daddy.
- LUCY “LUCKY” WELLS: Female, late 20's, any race or ethnicity. Sergeant in the U.S. Marine Corps. Confident cause she knows her shit, but still “lost” in the way every twenty-something is lost. You give her an inch, she’ll take hundred miles cause she is just that good.
- ASTON GIBSON: Female, mid 30's, any race or ethnicity. Camaro’s cousin on government papers, but to the family (where it counts) they are sisters. Aston is a night shift RN and taking classes to become a nurse practitioner. Used to be a wild child when she was younger, still is at heart. She got a mouth and a temper that goes from 0 to 60 in three seconds flat.
- Staged Reading with Activate Midwest – Western Michigan University: Kalamazoo, MI (June, 2019)
- Winner of the SETC/Stage Rights Ready to Publish Award 2019
- Staged reading at the Chameleon Theatre Circle New Play Festival: Bloomington, MN (Nov 2018
- Staged reading at the Players Club of Swarthmore New Play Festival: Swarthmore, PA (July 2018)
- Runner-up for the 2018 Todd McNerney Playwriting Award
- Reading at the Piccolo Spoleto Festival: Charleston, SC (May/June 2018)
- Reading with Prop Thtr’s Church of the New Play Festival: Chicago, IL (May 2018)