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Play In A Day - One Act Plays By Darren Brealey
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No matter what you call it, the entire artistic process from concept to curtain up happens in a 24-hour period in front of a paying audience; the scripts have yet to be written. The concepts have yet... More > to be conceived. 30 Actors, 6 Writers and 6 Directors meet for the first time on a Friday night thriving on nervous excitement. The proceedings take place in the foyer of the theatre, where, in 24 hours, these gathered artisans will perform their hearts out, on stage. To keep this event true to its name, minimal information is disseminated to the gathering. The Actors need to bring 1 piece of costume and 1 prop; no rules or instruction of what to bring, keeping it random. The Writers bring their laptops and for good measure, a dictionary. The Directors are armed with their true grit and open mind. On the stroke of nineteen-hundred hours, 42 artisans are hushed in front of the Producers. The rules are simple; write a script, approximately 10-minutes in length and give each Actor equal stage weighting.< Less
Play In A Day - One Act Plays By Darren Brealey
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No matter what you call it, the entire artistic process from concept to curtain up happens in a 24-hour period in front of a paying audience; the scripts have yet to be written. The concepts have yet... More > to be conceived. 30 Actors, 6 Writers and 6 Directors meet for the first time thriving on nervous excitement. The proceedings take place in the foyer of the theatre, where, in 24 hours, these gathered artisans will perform their hearts out, on stage. To keep this event true to its name, minimal information is disseminated to the gathering. The Actors need to bring with them; 1 piece of costume and 1 prop; no rules or instruction of what to bring, keeping it random. The Writers bring their laptops and for good measure, a dictionary. The Directors are armed with their true grit and open mind. On the stroke of nineteen-hundred hours, 42 artisans are hushed in front of the Producers. The rules are simple; write a script, approximately 10-minutes in length and give each Actor equal stage weighting.< Less
TWO ONE ACT PLAYS By Lawrence Bullock
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First drafts of two one act plays by Lawrence Bullock, 2013 These works are subject to revision.
Einstein Sings: A Play in No Acts By Seth Davidson, Levi S. Johnston
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49 characters; only 13 actors required with doubling. EINSTEIN SINGS: A PLAY IN NO ACTS is the collaborative effort of two friends to write a new, innovative, and ultimately pointless play about two... More > friends attempting to write a pointless play. Within this riotous romp of inside jokes, clever double-entendres, and humorous images are several sketches with various unfortgettable characters, all leading up to a surprise ending.< Less
Einstein Sings: A Play in No Acts By Seth Davidson, Levi S. Johnston
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49 characters; only 13 actors required with doubling. EINSTEIN SINGS: A PLAY IN NO ACTS is the collaborative effort of two friends to write a new, innovative, and ultimately pointless play about two... More > friends attempting to write a pointless play. Within this riotous romp of inside jokes, clever double-entendres, and humorous images are several sketches with various unfortgettable characters, all leading up to a surprise ending.< Less
The Mechanics - a play in one act By Darren Brealey
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Meet old school, all-knowing tradesman, Norbert who works hard at keeping ahead of the next crisis in the car repair workshop. He generously takes new kid, Colin, under his wing, tutoring him in the... More > sacred art of mechanical ethics, love and relationships. Norbert knows a lot of things. He knows. In fact, sometimes, he will tell you too many times that he knows. Norbert attempts to educate Colin about the games men and woman play (or at least the games men think women want them to play.) Colin proves he isn’t as stupid as appearances initially indicate.< Less
Chains A Play, in Four Acts By Elizabeth Baker
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Theft A Play In Four Acts By Jack London
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: John Griffith "Jack" London (born John Griffith Chaney,... More > January 12, 1876 – November 22, 1916) was an American novelist, journalist, and social activist. A pioneer in the then-burgeoning world of commercial magazine fiction, he was one of the first fiction writers to obtain worldwide celebrity and a large fortune from his fiction alone.Some of his most famous works include The Call of the Wild and White Fang, both set in the Klondike Gold Rush, as well as the short stories "To Build a Fire", "An Odyssey of the North", and "Love of Life". Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jack_London< Less
The Stair - a play in one act By Darren Brealey
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The age-old story of office politics, red tape and justification of jobs held by employees in power. Mr Green is the company boss. He meets Carson in the fire stairwell. It’s lunch time, Mr... More > Green is incredibly busy and the lift is broken. Through the two protagonists’ conversation, we learn that the task of getting the lift repaired is anything but a simple one. Finding a simple solution via meetings, faxes, memos, voice mail and the trappings of bureaucracy couldn’t be easier. Could it? The lift is stuck and we meet in the fire stairwell.< Less
The Stair - A Play In One Act By Darren Brealey
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The age-old story of office politics, red tape and justification of jobs held by employees in power. Mr Green is the company boss. He meets Carson in the fire stairwell. It’s lunch time, Mr... More > Green is incredibly busy and the lift is broken. Through the two protagonists’ conversation, we learn that the task of getting the lift repaired is anything but a simple one. Finding a simple solution via meetings, faxes, memos, voice mail and the trappings of bureaucracy couldn’t be easier. Could it? The lift is stuck and we meet in the fire stairwell.< Less