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Who's There?

A comedy in which a dysfunctional family on a chicken farm in the rural south looks for life, purpose, and Bunk in memorial services for Bunk’s amputated leg, which they otherwise keep in the freezer. Somewhere between Kesselring’s Arsenic and Old Lace and Beckett’s Waiting for Godot, these three women find love and faith.

Written by: Sandra Cropsey     [Contact Author]
Format: Screenplay
Starring Roles For: Middle-aged woman
Glenn Close
Morgan Freeman
In the Vein Of: All in the Family
Harold & Maude
Arsenic and Old Lace
Posted: 09/26/2015
Updated: 05/30/2017
Author Bio: 2015 – Staged reading of Playmate TBA by Main Street Players 2011 – Awarded grant for reading of Playmate 2011 – Selected as one of “50 Great Writers You Should Be Reading 2010-2011” 2010 – Directed Who’s There? with Main Street Players 2009 – Rec’d GAP grant to produce Who’s There? with Main Street Players 2009 – Tinker’s Christmas radio drama finalist in ForeWord Magazine’s “Book of the Year Awards” 2008 – Tinker’s Christmas aired as radio drama 2008 – Who’s There? nominated for EVVY award 2008 – Who’s There? finalist “Book of the Year Awards” 2008 – Who’s There? finalist “Georgia Author of the Year Awards” 2007 – novel Who’s There? Published by Outskirts Press 2004 – story The Legend of White Wolf published in Snake~Nation~Review 2004 – play Playmate, “honorable mention” in Jane Chambers Playwriting Competition 2004 – screenplay Life Like a Fair recognized in American Screenwriters Association & Writer’s Digest annual competition 2004 – Life Like a Fair rec’d “honorable mention” American Gem Short Script Contest 2004 – radio drama Life Like a Fair aired nationally & internationally 2003 – play Jesus Called published in Snake~Nation~Review 2003 – screenplay Jesus Called finalist in Tucan Film Competition 2003 – story The Legend of White Wolf 2nd place, Porter Fleming Literary Competition 2002 – children’s book Tinker’s Christmas published 2002 – play Jesus Called 2nd place in Porter Fleming Literary Competition 2002 – screenplay Jesus Called received “honorable mention” in competition sponsored by American Gem Shorts 2001 – screenplay Who’s There? rec’d “honorable mention” in int’l competition sponsored by American Screenwriters Association and Writer’s Digest 1999 – children’s story New World Flying Squirrel rec’d “honorable mention” in annual writing competition sponsored by Writer’s Digest 1999 – screenplay Who’s There? featured in Spring ’99 Writer’s Showcase 1998 – 10-minute play Who’s There? produced at Emory University in conjunction w/ Southeast Playwright’s Project & Alliance Theatre interns 1997 – 10-minute play We Accept Walk-Ins produced at Emory University in conjunction with SEPP and Alliance Theatre interns 1994 – screenplay Who’s There? rec’d reading by Flint River Writer’s Group 1988 – DeKalb College produced play Jesus Called 1987 – Jesus Called 1st place in professional division of Georgia Theatre Conference’s one-act play competition 1983 – represented Callanwolde & T.H.E. Southern Poets Theatre at Atlanta New Play Project with play Fowl Play 1981 – attended Breadloaf Writer’s Conference in Vermont 1980 – internship at Imaginary Theater with Kent Stephens 1979 – wrote & directed Save Me, Oh, Lord at GSU, which toured community 1979 – wrote & directed Life Like a Fair at GSU