We are who we are and it’s time to embrace what that is!
Write a body-positive play and inspire the whole world to love themselves!
Love all shapes! Love all sizes! Love all people no matter what they look like!
Come on, everybody! Let’s make this world a better place with more beauty!
It should be noted… I did a body positive monologue for the truth & art challenge last year that I’m so proud of that I couldn’t possibly touch. So I sort of subverted the brief with this.
ROGER: No more headache?
AUDRA: Uh-uh. No more brain, either. (sing-songy) I need a new brain. One that works when it should. One that won’t crave cats. One that feels so good. I need a new bra-ain.
ROGER: Ah, I see we’ve reached the boudoir cabaret part of the evening. Sleep, sweetie. Fort and I will keep you safe.
AUDRA: (tired) You won’t let me leave the bed?
ROGER: We won’t. Not before morning.
AUDRA: And you’ll make sure Mrs. Fletcher’s cats are safe tomorrow?
To read the entire play…
Click here: 1902.11 – Storm Head