USA-Grenada | 2012 | 85 mins
“DOCKET 32357,” is the story of Lois and Valerie; two isolated married women who are united by tragedy while on their respective journeys to conquer their loneliness. Docket explores how far we will go for a meaningful relationship and what happens when an opportunity to experience one is squandered.
Eljon Wardally is a Playwright and Screenwriter born in New York with Grenadian roots. She got her start performing at Downtown Art Theatre on the Lower East Side and has worked for MTV as a Producer/ Director covering red carpets and special events across the U.S. and Caribbean. Plays include: Big Black Balloon (O’Neill National Playwrights Conference Finalist), Bishop (O’Neill National Playwrights Conference Semi-Finalist, Kennedy Center Finalist) The Gift (The Network One Act Festival Semi-Finalist), Home Sweet Home (The Strawberry Festival Semi Finalist), Docket 32357 (New Works By Young Women Finalist), Charlotte’s Song (Judson Church).
Short Films include: Kicked, Docket 32357 (Winner Audience Choice International Black Film Festival of Nashville, Winner Grand Jury Prize Huffington Post Black Voices Breakthrough Theater Series). Docket 32357 Web Series. She received her MFA in Playwriting from Fordham/Primary Stages as part of its Inaugural class.
Eljon is also the author of the blog: imakethestrokeunitsexy.blogspot.com