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Mixed Marriage

Acts: 1; Pages: 15; Actors: 1 male; 2 female

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The play is based upon a nonsense poem written in 1871 by the Victorian poet, Edward Lear, involving an unlikely romance between an owl and a pussycat. “How would that work?” I asked myself. Cats and owls are not only physically much different, but birds and cats in general are natural enemies. Talk about diversity . . .

Safe Zone

Acts: 1; Pages: 15; Actors: 1 male; 1 indeterminate gender

Standard American Play Format; Font: Courier New, Size 12In 2031, a “Thought-Capable Being” formerly “person” (gender- offensive because of per-“son”) enrolls at North Carolina Political Correctness University (NCPCU) faced with avoiding the traps of 85 different negative “isms”

Where’s Charlie?

Acts: 1; Pages: 15; Actors: 2 male; 2 female

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Four of Charlie’s old friends on the way to gravesite in a limo wonder where the recently deceased might be at that moment: Heaven? Hell? Oblivion? And what are Heaven and Hell really like anyway?

Speak of the Devil

Acts: 1; Pages: 14; Actors: 2 male; 2 female

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Four friends are sitting in a restaurant-bar having just come from a Sunday afternoon Halloween concert by the Colorado Springs Philharmonic Orchestra. The program consisted of orchestral arrangements of Franz Liszt’s Mephisto Waltzes 1 and 2; Liszt’s Totentanz (“Death Dance”) for piano and orchestra, and Camille Saint-Saens’ Danse Macabre. They wrestle with the question: could one really sell one’s soul to the Devil to gain some special advantage and trick the Devil out of it when it came time to pay up.

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