I Ruined Everything (For Myself): A Play About Depression and Art Criticism in One Act

I Ruined Everything (For Myself): A Play About Depression and Art Criticism in One Act

ROSS DICKERHOOF, 22 [henceforth referred to as “22”, sits alone at a table, nervously fidgeting. He seems to be looking for someone. ROSS DICKERHOOF, 17 [henceforth referred to as “17”], enters, chugging a Cherry Coke. 17 plops down across from 22.

 

17: This seat taken? [It’s not a question.]

 

22: Where were you?

 

17: Oh, just wrapping up the performance of my career. God, I’m so glad [REDACTED] let me be Renfield.

 

22: Yep. It sure is fitting.

 

17: [lowering his sunglasses] Ooh, feisty today. What’s up?

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