Baggage by Sarah Segal-Lazar
Whatcha gonna do with all that junk? All that junk inside those trunks?
In a world where heartbreak takes the form of literal baggage, Jill is drowning in the deodorant, LPs, and beer bottles of her failed relationships. Not to mention the suitcases’ accompanying personalities. Through magical realism and the sardonic and heartbreaking tone that she’s known for, Sarah Segal-Lazar’s newest play examines the attempt to move on while still being bogged down by the tangible memories of past relationships.
Keywords: feminism, relationships, breakups, women, magical realism, dark comedy, baggage
Content note: Contains mature language and content
Male roles: 1
Female roles: 1