One Act Plays by Other Authors

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Farce Thing in the Morning: A Bed & Breakfast Sex Comedy in One
Uninterrupted Act

By Jonathan Caws-Elwitt

Farce

1 act/single set

2 men/2 women
$35/performance
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The Story:  A husband who misunderstands what his wife has in mind for their vacation navigates around a breakfast-obsessed hotel manager. Never before has breakfast in bed been so deliciously complicated!


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Surely, You Jest!

By Jonathan Caws-Elwitt

10-15 minute farce

1 act/single set

2 men/2 women
$35/performance
$9.50/playbook + shipping & handling

The Story:  As the house jester at a small consulting company, Jeremy Quip keeps his
co-workers tittering. But when the parent corporation eliminates his
position, it's no joke. Will levity triumph and frivolity prevail? (Hint: It's a comedy!)


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Booth In the Barn

By George Loukides

Drama

1 act/single set

4 men/1 woman
$35/performance
$9.50/playbook
+ shipping & handling

The Story: "Booth In the Barn" is an imagined story of John Wilkes Booth's last minutes of his life.  The factual story of Booth's shooting Lincoln, jumping from Lincoln's box onto the stage of Ford's Theater and injuring his leg is well known. In this interpretation of events, Booth, in his flight from Washington, obtained laudanum, an opium derivative, from Dr. Mudd to ease his pain. While in the barn, Davy, with whom Booth has fled, accidentally causes Booth to fall on his injured leg causing him great pain.  Booth drinks the laudanum along with whiskey, which causes him to lose control of his senses.  Heimagines and engages in irrational conversation with Lincoln, his mother and his brother before he is finally shot to death by a Union soldier.

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