Who the Fuck is Erica Price


Erica Price is a lonely poet and a busy prostitute. In her desperation for companionship she dreams of a better world. In her fight for the revolution she is struggling to be free. Through observation and experience Erica constructs a unique picture of her world. She creates a vision of the world as it should be. She studies her street and her world in anticipation of the changes to come.

The men who visit often interrupt her thoughts or undermine her beliefs; occasionally they strengthen her dream. Some of these men have already journeyed, some are preparing. Most won't bother. Now that the revolution is coming, there is no return for Erica Price. To continue her life without change means failure. To change her life means she could lose everything.

  • drama
  • 45
  • 2 total
  • 1 female identifying, 1 male identifying
  • 18+
  • adult
  • Australian Script Centre


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EXTRACT: I want to tell him when the Revolution comes the gardens will flourish. The Earth will burst forth in a rush of rainbow colours. No longer demanded to produce but instead taking pleasure in producing and the food will flow onto the footpaths and roads. Enough for every early morning walker. I want to tell him when the Revolution comes houses will become homes, roads will become parks, rivers will flow like they never have before and the people will be happy.

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