MASH Breakdown 

character breakdowns:

Any ethnicity, late 20’s-early 30’s.
Bridget is newly divorced and has a tendency to deal with her emotional distress by getting wine drunk in her bed, binge-watching Grey’s Anatomy, and crying about all the ways her life has gone to shit. Definitely not society’s idea of the perfect woman (she’s a little too messy for that); Bridget may be an adult but she sure doesn’t feel like one. Expressiveness and comedic timing are a must.

Any ethnicity, late 20’s-early 30’s.
Bridget’s alternate reality husband. On the outside, Billy is basically the living version of a Ken doll but on the inside, he’s still every bit the pubescent boy Bridget remembers from their childhood. Thinks he’s hot shit, but deep deep down is a family man.

Any ethnicity, late 20’s-early 30’s.
Bridget’s childhood best friend. She’s the girl from high school that everyone knew had potential, but got knocked up too early and ended up the dictionary definition of a townie.

Any ethnicity, 12-15.
Bridget’s alternate reality daughter. A stereotypical hormone riddled pre-teen with the attitude to match. Her only goal in life is to be the most popular girl in school.

Any ethnicity, 4-10.
Bridget’s alternate reality son. Every adult who meets Pete is instantly in love with his precocious personality. Every problem he ever encounters is merely a minor inconvenience. Wears the biggest glasses that’ll fit on his tiny face.

Any ethnicity, 30’s.
Bridget’s ex-husband. A real asshole. The greatest person he knows is himself. Dave is one of those guys that sounds condescending and rude no matter what he is saying.