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A group of friends that meet everyday for lunch in the park may prove to be a bit too much for the new guy at the office to handle, as they discuss everything from movies and food, to love and loss. This character driven comedy is sure to delight all those who enjoy good humor and wit in this one act comedy about friends and love.
Author: OFF THE WALL PLAYS,
Cast (at least 6): 5M 1F - One-Act.
The musical "I Can't Live Without You" it is a love story with a happy ending (something similar as the musical Mamma Mia).
It is a love story about a very shy girl Jane Woodman and Tom Storey. Jane is working as the receptionist in an American financial company and there Jane met and falls in love with Tom Storey a stock broker who is working in the same company.
Then Tom were involved in a loveless affair with an office girl Emily Hunt, and after their affair has ended Tom is going back to ... read more
Author: BALIC, RIZO
Cast (at least 5): 4F, 2M - Full-Length.
A widow in a state of shock following a mind-numbing graveside revelation at her husband's funeral calls into a nearby pub' for a little sustenance. Sharing her news with the genial and supportive landlord, he too bares his soul and they find they have empathy for each other's problems and much in common. Both part renewed and revived by the chance meeting.
Author: MYERS, Rawley
Cast: 1M, 2F - One-Act.
Prize-winner in several competitions... a young Territorial soldier arrives at a rocky outcrop on the moors on a weekend exercise. All seems well as he waits to meet his sergeant for the next route variant but the sergeant never appears and as he waits we re-live, with him in flashbacks, the experiences that led to his present predicament. The weather begins to take a turn for the worse and he's getting cold and hungry. In order to survive he must find something to eat. A tiny mouse appears ... read more
Author: BREEZE, TONY
Cast (at least 3): 2m + 1F doubling - One-Act.