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Doped Up Deal - a play in one act By Darren Brealey
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Two everyday suburbanites dream of a day when their cash worries will be over. Their initial plan of earning extra cash on the side started off as a good idea. Who will help stop the generosity of a... More > murderous thug who knows when he’s got it good? When money is short and request for payment of bills is relentless, these two unfortunate souls meet a man with an endless supply of money. Their immediate worries are over after the first deposit of cash arrives, but when their savour continues in his giving ways, the deal of a lifetime becomes more trouble than it’s worth. Living in suburbia isn’t what it’s all cracked up to be and the law of safety in numbers only applies when your neighbours answer the cry for help. Keeping the debt collectors at bay can prove to be hell, but this debt collector won’t leave without a deposit in cash or blood.< Less
Aunt Ethel's Death Notice - a play in one act By Darren Brealey
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A death notice appears in the newspaper advising the passing of Mrs Ethel Lane, 82 years old who leaves behind a loving and caring family. Three of her distant relatives, having read the death... More > notice attend her home and ultimately to her belongings as her funeral service takes place at St. Peters Church, where she lay in state. Once they realise who each other are, they feel at home until their grievances decree their right of ownership to Ethel’s personal belongings. As their relationships, integrity and wits disintegrate, their understanding of Ethel’s passing seems somewhat contrived when Ethel returns home with an employee of the local Nursing Home where she has finalised arrangements for her stay. The grieving relatives come to realise they have misunderstood the death notice for another Mrs Ethel Lane, 82 years old, who has left behind some other loving and caring family.< Less
Easter Sunday : A One-Act Play By Carolyn Gage
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A one-act play set in New York, 1960 on Easter Day. Themes of resurrection and recovery are woven through this play about a working-class, recovering alcoholic and her girlfriend, and their visit... More > with Marty Mann, one of the first women in Alcoholics Anonymous, who is in the middle of a secret relapse.< Less
The Rules of the Playground: A One-Act Play By Carolyn Gage
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Six mothers of middle-school children come together for a special training on playground violence. Focusing on perfecting the rules of the playground to eliminate inequality, the women, literally,... More > turn a blind eye to the real cause of violence. A chilling interrogation into the ways women teach each other to enable male violence.< Less
THE BISHOP'S CANDLESTICKS (A Play in One Act) By NORMAN MCKINNEL
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The setting in this play is the Bishop’s Kitchen where the entire action takes place. Apart from the good bishop, the other characters are the convict, Persome, the Bishop’s sister who... More > loves him but thinks that he lets people take advantage of him, the little servant-girl Marie and the gendarmes, that is, the police officers, who arrest the convict. The convict is originally a poor peasant who is under a sentence of punishment for some offence, and in this play the convict is liable to be punished even more harshly if he is caught because he has escaped from prison. The Bishop’s compassion for him appeals to his human feelings.< Less
Doped Up Deal - a play in one act By Darren Brealey
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Two everyday suburbanites dream of a day when their cash worries will be over. Their initial plan of earning extra cash on the side started off as a good idea. Who will help stop the generosity of a... More > murderous thug who knows when he’s got it good? When money is short and request for payment of bills is relentless, these two unfortunate souls meet a man with an endless supply of money. Their immediate worries are over after the first deposit of cash arrives, but when their savour continues in his giving ways, the deal of a lifetime becomes more trouble than it’s worth. Living in suburbia isn’t what it’s all cracked up to be and the law of safety in numbers only applies when your neighbours answer the cry for help. Keeping the debt collectors at bay can prove to be hell, but this debt collector won’t leave without a deposit in cash or blood.< Less
Aunt Ethel's Death Notice - a play in one act By Darren Brealey
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A death notice appears in the newspaper advising the passing of Mrs Ethel Lane, 82 years old who leaves behind a loving and caring family. Three of her distant relatives, having read the death... More > notice attend her home and ultimately to her belongings as her funeral service takes place at St. Peters Church, where she lay in state. Once they realise who each other are, they feel at home until their grievances decree their right of ownership to Ethel’s personal belongings. As their relationships, integrity and wits disintegrate, their understanding of Ethel’s passing seems somewhat contrived when Ethel returns home with an employee of the local Nursing Home where she has finalised arrangements for her stay. The grieving relatives come to realise they have misunderstood the death notice for another Mrs Ethel Lane, 82 years old, who has left behind some other loving and caring family.< Less
Royalty-Free One-Act Plays By Anton Chekhov et al.
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This exciting anthology of one-act plays includes classics such as Anton Chekhov's "The Boor" and John Millington Synge's "Riders to the Sea" as well as lesser-known gems such as... More > Alice Gerstenberg's "Fourteen" and Percival Wilde's "The Sequel." Other plays in the collection include August Strindberg's "The Stronger," Moliere's "The Pretentious Young Ladies," Neith Boyce's "Enemies," Horace Holley's "The Genius," Susan Glaspell's "Trifles," and Ferenc Molnar's "A Matter of Husbands." Best of all, every play in this anthology is in the public domain and may, therefore, be performed without paying royalties, making this a great resource for theatres or schools with limited budgets.< Less
Royalty-Free One-Act Plays By Anton Chekhov et al.
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This exciting anthology of one-act plays includes classics such as Anton Chekhov's "The Boor" and John Millington Synge's "Riders to the Sea" as well as lesser-known gems such as... More > Alice Gerstenberg's "Fourteen" and Percival Wilde's "The Sequel." Other plays in the collection include August Strindberg's "The Stronger," Moliere's "The Pretentious Young Ladies," Neith Boyce's "Enemies," Horace Holley's "The Genius," Susan Glaspell's "Trifles," and Ferenc Molnar's "A Matter of Husbands." Best of all, every play in this anthology is in the public domain and may, therefore, be performed without paying royalties, making this a great resource for theatres or schools with limited budgets.< Less
Talking to a Brick Wall and Other One Act Plays By Trevor Maynard
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Comic, tragic, witty, real, sad, psychological, political, the one act plays of Trevor Maynard.

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