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PlayFinder Results: 1–6 of 6 plays
Drama
Full Length
1 man, 1 woman (2 total)
This two-character drama delves into the layers of power, fear and intimacy that exist between a traumatized soldier (and former military interrogator) and the female psychologist colonel who is assigned to give him routine treatment. THE TREATMENT is a blunt exploration of torture, accountability and a soldier's "duty" to commit atrocities in the name of democracy....
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Comedy
One Act
2 men, 2 women (4 total)
George and Harriet, who have been wed 25 years, come to a store to pick out a new bed or beds. Should they buy twin beds or a double? They don’t get much sales effort from the salesman. Into the discussion, uninvited, comes a young blonde, Jill, who wants a big bed because she is all alone....
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Comedy
One Act
1 man, 2 women (3 total)
I’LL BE HOME FOR CHRISTMAS is light and humorous, but at base it is serious and touching as it shows a mother and father discussing the sex education of their almost-adult children, a girl and boy. The father is quite moving when he learns in a letter that his son is cutting adrift from the parental harbor....
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Comedy
One Act
1 man, 1 woman (2 total)
I’M HERBERT is a sketch about two old, old people sitting on a porch in a pair of rocking chairs and talking. Just talking—and of course they don’t know how funny they are. Each has had one or more previous marriages and perhaps a few flings, but they are hazy as to details. In fact, they don’t always know which one the other one is....
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Comedy
One Act
3 men, 1 woman (4 total)
THE SHOCK OF RECOGNITION breaks in on a difference of opinion between Jack Barnstable, an earnest young dramatist, and Herb Miller, his matter-of-fact producer. Miller doesn’t like the opening moment of Barnstable’s play. A wife is having breakfast in bed and she says something to her husband, who is in the bathroom. So he comes out, jaybird naked, and yells to her, “You know I can’t hear you when the water’s running.” The producer doesn’t think this confrontation is quite nice...
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Short Comedy Collection
One Acts
THE SHOCK OF RECOGNITION breaks in on a difference of opinion between Jack Barnstable, an earnest young dramatist, and Herb Miller, his matter-of-fact producer. Miller doesn’t like the opening moment of Barnstable’s play. A wife is having breakfast in bed and she says something to her husband, who is in the bathroom. So he comes out, jaybird naked, and yells to her, “You know I can’t hear you when the water’s running.” The producer doesn’t think this confrontation is quite ni...
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PlayFinder Results: 1–6 of 6 plays