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The Bride (comedy)
Welcome to Rosegate Gardens, wedding venue for Walter Wellington and his beautiful bride, Elizabeth Bixby. Neither of whom seem to be here. Which is fine, as the minister has gone missing, the father of the bride is fighting with the mother of the groom and the swans are getting restless. Joe Steele, soap opera star and the bride's ex-boyfriend is determined to break up the wedding - if it every gets started - with a little help from the paparazzi.Excellent ensemble opportunity for skilled comic actors, a very physical farce. Multi level set with six doors. CAST of 11: 6 males, 5 females, 1 doubling or cameo possible.
A tight drama of memory, loss and loss of memory. One act, runs approximately 50-55 minutes. Requires three skilled actresses, one 60s, one 40s and one who can play a range from 5 to 35.Simple set, excellent for festival and touring productions.
L-O-V-E and Other Four Letter Words (comedy)
An exploration of love in it's many forms, scenes include date night with Adam and Eve, advice from a cheese lover, and love in a soap opera. Originally written for two females and two males but can be played in many variations. Please contact the playwright for more information if you wish to make changes. No set requirements beyond a few chairs or stools, excellent for festival or touring opportunities.
The Condition (drama)
For advanced teen groups only. The Condition is set in a future world, a world where the prejudices of the present day have been erased through an extreme form of education. Created through a workshop on tolerance in a high school. A simple set, but technical requirements include interactive video (or pre-taped segments). One actor is required to know sign language.
Please contact us for complete cast lists, reading copies, production requirements and royalty information. All titles are copyright protected and may not be produced or reproduced in any form without the written consent of the author. Some titles have restricted production areas.