Flora is a Roman goddess of flowers, youth, fertility and Springtime. During her festival, held at the end of April, men and women would dress in costume and enjoy five days of performances. She continues to be a symbol for nature.
Something about buds opening, cool breezes, birds singing and bees buzzing makes Ms. O’Connor think about sex. To be fair, most things make her think about sex. This play is about sex.
FLORA by Meghan Kathleen O’Connor
Directed by Allison Page
Staged Reading on October 19, 2017 at The EXIT Theatre
Meghan Kathleen O’Connor is a playwright, copywriter, and sketch writer based in San Francisco. She is very excited to return to the Olympians Festival as a writer for the fourth time – this festival is her home away from home. Her work has also been produced by Killing My Lobster, Fool’sFury FURYFactory, and Playground. Meghan is currently the Literary Director for PianoFight’s Pint Sized Plays (formerly a San Francisco Theater Pub production), and is a proud participant and winner of Shipwreck, the erotic fan fiction competition held in the back of a bookstore. You can also see Meghan perform the first Friday of every month at PianoFight with her improv team Chinese Ballroom.