Posts Tagged one-minute play
“The Queen of Her Own Prom,” performed at the Gone in 60 Seconds Festival — the U.K. edition, in June 2010.
“Someone Out There as Lonely As Me” at the Gone in 60 Seconds Festival in the U.K. in June 2010.
Here’s another one of my baseball shorts performed at the Gone in 60 Seconds Festival at Brooklyn College, New York. This one was in June 2010.
The piece is “Fireballer,” which came to me one weekend when I was pitching (not very well) to my son.
Here are photos from my piece “The Ghost Lamp,” performed at the “Gone in 60 Seconds” Festival at Brooklyn College, New York on June 12-13, 2009. The festival features one-minute scripts and is bi-continental, with part of the festival in New York and part in the U.K.
I wrote this piece when Mill Mountain Theatre in Roanoke, Virginia abruptly closed. Thankfully, it has since reopened.
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In physics, the search is on for a “unified field theory of everything” — one simple (or not so simple) theory that would explain the entire universe.
I did my take on that in a one-minute script called, aptly enough, “The Unified Field Theory of Everything.” Here are a series of photos from when it was done at the Gone in 60 Seconds Festival at Brooklyn College, New York on June 12-13, 2009.
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At the time, my son was auditioning and need a monologue. So I wrote him one. He didn’t use it, but the Gone in 60 Seconds Festival did at its UK edition in June 2009.
Remember the famous “God is Dead” magazine cover? Here’s my take — “Notify Next of Kin” — which played in June 2009 in the Gone in 60 Seconds Festival at its U.K. edition.