Friday, September 9, 2016
Written specifically for English theatres on the theme of Britain's political separation from the rest of Europe, LEAVING THE E.U. is a short comic monologue, spoken by a 20-something British girl who has just been woken up by her nagging vegan sister. While brushing her teeth, she wonders what good will come of the Brexit.
Synopsis: A drama. Former roommates Mickey and Lou haven't seen each other in seven years and have some catching up to do, including the revelation that one of them is HIV-positive.
Synopsis: A drama or perhaps a serio-comedy. Excerpted from a longer play, this is a Rashomon-like story about dementia where the audience does not know who is remembering correctly.
Synopsis: A comedy, wherein Dana and Sam can’t order what they want from a rude waiter.
THE DEMISE OF MRS. ROGERS
Synopsis: A blend of horror and drama, also excerpted from a longer play, this is a radio script about a demented mother in the 1930's who won’t take her medicine. Confronted by her daughter, she sets to work at murder with a letter opener.
HOME IS WHERE THE HEART IS
Synopsis: Serio-comedy. Hillary, who says she hates everyone and is stuck in a rut, discusses adoption and other issues with her calm husband Max.