Comedy, Holiday | 1 female, 1 male | approx 5 min
When Rebecca's father won't let her and her friends go to Jacob's graduation party, the only way to change his mind is to unleash a series of plagues.
What people are saying about Passover Justice:
"When a young woman’s father doesn’t let her and her friends go to a graduation party, the only way to change his mind is to unleash a series of plagues. Hayet’s main character uses tradition and culture as her tools to get what she wants, and the father-daughter antics that ensue are priceless. This play is a hilarious take on the Passover story, perfect for all ages." - ArtsBoston
“A fun play which plays on the Passover story in a humorous and charming way. The oldest battle in all history is the story of unyielding parents and plotting children trying to get their way. Playwright Steven Hayet takes that oldest of themes and combines it with a story that's almost as old to create a humorous hybrid of Child against Parent. A fun play that's fun for people of all ages. Check it out! ” - Franky Gonzalez, Playwright
“Adorable! Simply adorable! A wonderful sendup of parent-child (and specifically father-daughter) negotiations, using tradition and ritual as unconventional weapons. Ever-so-sightly heightened in a way that makes it even funnier and thoroughly entertaining! ”
- Scott Sickles, Playwright
2018 | San Diego CJC | Five Minute Play Festival | San Diego, CA