WHISTLEBLOWER, by Carolyn Kras, received the Region II Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival's One-Act Play Award.
In a corporate law firm manifested as a wacky gym, law clerks dressed in ties and running shorts climb the corporate ladder - literally - and throw punches, step out of bounds, and commit personal fouls. Janet must decide whether to blow the whistle on the runaway fraud or kill her conscience (a talking copy machine) in order to stay in the game.
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