"I want to put it back together again, with all the same pieces, but I want them to fit together differently."
Doors is an emotional, yet humorous work with language that rings true. This script has been widely produced on stage and is also used as a book in the classroom. In Doors, a son copes with his parents' divorce. It is the day of his parents' separation. Before Jeff can deal with the impending divorce, he must face and play out his fears and his fantasies with his best friend, Sandy. Although the situation of the play involves separation and divorce, the subject of the play deals with the importance of talking and listening. Once the unspoken is finally out in the open, the whole family can begin to heal. One set. Contemporary costumes. Time: the present. Approximate running time: 60 minutes.