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Clear All Genres. Check All Genres. When magic surrounds you, all you need to do is open your eyes and look around to be awed by it. Unless you're a completely self-absorbed teenager focused on not being late for school in order to avoid lunch detention. Then you do your best to ignore the dwarf addressing you as royalty.
And the dragon. And the Pegasus, the griffons, the A young man thinks he can handle the newest, most enticing drug on the market in this poignant, pull-no-punches monologue. Two middle-aged mid-Westerners vacationing in L. When they engage in a conversation with the "celebrity," things take an interesting turn in this updated twist on seeing ourselves as others see us. Plays included: "Am I Right? Woe is Cratchit. A creepy love story set inside of a big city video store on Halloween night. A wife invites her team from work to her house for a murder mystery dinner as a team building exercise.
Her husband has other ideas. An unemployed husband must pass a urine test to get a job and brings his wife, who is employed, with him to the clinic.
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When she leaves the room her husband talks to the only other man in the room, a guy who needs to pass the test but knows he cannot. Two men face arbitration over a labor dispute. The devil hides in the details in this twist on walking the talk. An animal control officer gets more than she bargained for when she stops by a house to issue a citation to a curmudgeon. In this monologue, a middle-aged woman living in the San Francisco Bay Area recalls a dream she had in after listening to President Kennedy announce the Cuban blockade.
Awards: Honorable Mention, ShowOff! Unable to sleep, a disagreeable man makes the wrong impression on his doctor. In "MacBeta," I tried to capture a small taste of the silliness behind the dot-com-today, dot-gone-tomorrow e-ticket ride known as high tech.
One-Act and Ten-Minute Plays
Performed in Portland, Oregon, at Co-Ho theatre. An older man missing a shoe persuades a younger man to give him one of his in this morality tale about modern generosity. The marriage of a romantic and cynic is put to the test when they argue over whether they need their own song, ultimately taking their marriage in a dangerous direction.
Three toys abandoned in an attic learn they are to be sold at a garage sale. Performed by Hollins University, Virginia, November Moonlighting Go Rogue! Comedy, minutes, 4 males, 2 females.
A major political party's nominee for President shakes up his campaign at the last minute when he selects an unusual running mate. A group therapy session for sidekicks suffering from low self-esteem gets a jolt when Robin, Boy Wonder, arrives late for their regular session. He brings with him a mysterious bowling bag, upsetting fellow members Friar Tuck and Sancho Panza.
When a something male determined to live to decides to move to the safest place in America to improve his longevity chances, his odds get suddenly dimmer.
"Cinema Limbo," 2-Person, Minute Play by Wade Bradford
A man walks into a bar and notices two women in the bar, one on a stool and the other at a table, off to the side. He sits at the bar, a few spots away from the woman.
Without warning she makes a silly remark. He interprets her remark as an invitation to reply in kind.
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He does and they begin sparring, in a game of one-upmanship. A wounded Army vet tries to protect his little sister from their paranoid mother, a widow who believes in conspiracy theories. Performed as part of Source Festival ; one of only six minute plays selected out of more than entries. A young telemarketer for a regional theatre company learns how to close the deal from his supervisor. A play for theatre lovers about love, divorce, and the pitfalls of pitching the next season. Packaging also performed separately at ShowOff!
Mark Saunders, Writer
Through an unexpected change in the law, a divorced couple suddenly - and unhappily - find themselves still married to each other. In the Afterlife, a married couple find they are not "parted" and remain together where, over lunch, they try to understand what went wrong with their marriage. Eternity is two people and a ham, according to Dorothy Parker.
A man loses a tooth during sex with his lover, creating new hurdles in their relationship. The fire and brimstone business gets a reality check. Mark Saunders, Writer.
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