'Amina' is a ten minute play script. A tragedy. Three characters (2m/1f).
One or some of the characters are ghosts. The audience will not know who is alive, and who is not until the end. The piece is set in 1980s Lebanon, during the long civil war, in the basement of an apartment building that has collapsed due to bombing. Khalil says he has come from the future, in a near-death, drug induced spirit walk, to rescue his true love Amina, a ghost, from the loop she has been trapped in since her death. Amina is stuck in the basement of a bombed apartment building with her father Abu Walid. Abu Walid cannot see Khalil, or maybe he just doesn't want to admit that he can see Khalil. Abu Walid insists that Amina is going crazy from their situation and that she needs to be patient. Amina doesn't know who to believe. If she really is dead, then she wants to escape the loop, and to be with Khalil. Her father has always disagreed with Khalil being a suitor for his daughter.
There are mummified cats coming to life, men with bazookas and rifles heading their way, and a Pharaoh's master craftsmen to deal with...things are quite surreal when you're dead!