Six Short Plays
by Edward Pomerantz
Six Short Plays
(to be performed individually, in pairs, or as a complete evening
titled Dancing On Quicksand)
The Bed Plays
A CHANGE OF PACE
The Car Plays
TELL ME SOMETHING I DON'T KNOW ABOUT YOU
I HATE WHEN IT GETS DARK SO EARLY
Two Dramatic Monologues
A MAN DANCING
NOTHING PERSONAL, two characters. After lovemaking, a wife asks her husband if he's ever cheated on her.
A CHANGE OF PACE, two characters. After lovemaking, a husband asks his wife if she's ever cheated on him.
TELL ME SOMETHING I DON'T KNOW ABOUT YOU, two characters. In a car, on the way to their wedding rehearsal, a young woman asks the young man she's going to marry tomorrow to tell her something she doesn't know about him.
I HATE WHEN IT GETS DARK SO EARLY, two characters. In a car, traveling as day turns to evening, a wife tells her husband something she's never told him, a thought she's never put into words, spoken aloud. The marriage is shaken. It will never be the same.
A MAN DANCING, two characters. A Nobel Prize Winner, bored to death at a banquet in his honor, reveals the dark truths he's been hiding behind his "humanitarianism."
THE PEACEKEEPER, four characters. A translator, haunted by the testimony of a United Nations Peacekeeper charged with the murder of an escaped war criminal who ordered a massacre in Rwanda, keeps breaking into songs as she sits at her breakfast table with her newspaper-reading husband, talking to us.
This product was added to our catalog on Friday 01 July, 2011.