DUTY TO WARN by Teresa Stankiewicz
Sunday, May 31st @ 6:30 PM
State Theatre, 719 Congress Ave.

Life is crazy as usual for Melinda who is a type A personality with a
thriving veterinarian business. She juggles animal patients and their
owners along with her dysfunctional family with authority and aplomb. Her sister
Loretta, is a young mother with bipolar disorder who is struggling to be
heard. The police, the hospital and others all make their required calls as
Loretta spirals out of control. Melinda learns a tragic lesson when the
authorities call her in their duty to warn.

Teresa Stankiewicz is a second year graduate student in playwriting at Texas State University. She has an MFA in Dance from the University of Illinois. Her
ten minute play, The Pink Bathtub Murders was produced in the summer of 2008
by the Vestige Group in Austin, Texas. A short version of Duty to Warn was
part of the 2009 FronteraFest Short Fringe. Teresa is a writer, director,
actor, choreographer and is currently the choreographer/producer for Stop
the World I Want To Get Off for the Wimberley Players this summer.