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21 Blind Dates - Ten Minute Plays

21 Blind Dates - Ten Minute Plays

by Gerald Murphy
     
 
21 ten minute plays involving blind dates. At rise, a restaurant which is used as the initial meeting place for Blind Dates, Incorporated participants. There is one table with two chairs downstage left, with identical setup downstage right. Both tables seat one male and one female, with lighting on one table for first scene, then a quick lighting switch to the

Overview

21 ten minute plays involving blind dates. At rise, a restaurant which is used as the initial meeting place for Blind Dates, Incorporated participants. There is one table with two chairs downstage left, with identical setup downstage right. Both tables seat one male and one female, with lighting on one table for first scene, then a quick lighting switch to the other table for next scene. Blackout could be used, but is unnecessary. Age of actors could range from teenage to middle age. Simple dark set and plain black costumes would be most effective. This show could be performed with as many as sixteen or as few as four actors.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014887861
Publisher:
Shamrock Eden Publishing
Publication date:
08/20/2012
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Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
107 KB

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Meet the Author

Gerald P. Murphy is a high school English teacher, a playwright, composer, songwriter, singer, banjo, guitar and mandolin player, and very poor actor who has the worst memory for lines in the galaxy. He has had more than thirty plays and musicals published and has had his shows performed in over twenty countries. In his leisure time he plays in a music group called “The Celtic Cats” in his home city of Yreka, California with his wife, Nicole. He has three grown children and three (so far) grandchildren. “I just might be the luckiest and happiest man I know,” reports Murphy.

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