Lemonade

James Prideaux's short play about the fantasies, inhibitions and dreams of two lonely matrons who set up competing lemonade stands along a jammed highway. Why? They just don't know. But their lemonade is spiked with vodka and gin and as they taste one another's concoctions, they open up and start to provide answers. "Lemonade" incorporates comedy and tragedy, a touch of the bizarre, and ultimately, a sincere compassion in both women.

"Somewhere between Edward Albee and a couple of burlesque skits." - The New York Morning Telegraph

1971, Drama, 30 minutes, Color

Cast: Eileen Herlie, Martha Scott


Written by: James Prideaux

Directed by: Charles S. Dubin


Produced by: Lewis Freedman


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