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Here’s a photo from the rehearsal of my one-minute script “This Is The Captain Speaking,” one of three scripts of mine that will be produced in this year’s U.K. edition of the “Gone in 60 Seconds” Festival of one-minute plays.
You can find details on the scripts and the festival here.
I will have three scripts produced next month in the U.K. edition of the “Gone in 60 Seconds” Festival of one-minute plays.
I already have one script slated for the U.S. version, which will be June 7-8 at Brooklyn College in New York. That script is “Fishing for Men.”
The U.K. version will be June 8 at the Viaduct Theatre, Dean Clough, Halifax, Great Britain.
Here are the three scripts that will be done:
THIS IS THE CAPTAIN SPEAKING
An airline pilot addresses his passengers, warning them of some danger ahead. Is he suicidal? Cast: One male.
THREE TREES TALKING
Three trees contemplate the question: If they were human, what kind of human would be they? Cast: Three, non-gender. Running time: One minute.
THE WHOLE WIDE WORLD
A man tries to compliment his girlfriend and promptly gets in in trouble, and his clarifications only make the matter worse. Cast: One male, one female. Running time: One minute.
“This is the Captain Speaking” and “The Whole Wide World” have previously been done as staged readings at No Shame Theatre in Roanoke, Virginia.