In this fifteen-minute play, four college students meet to plan a party, and end up sidetracked by an argument about the savior of the world. Just a few months after he defeated the Himalayan, allegations of sexual abuse have emerged around Dawa the Savior. This issue turns from small talk among a group of friends to an explosive argument with deep implications.
Cast is 3M, 1F.
In the near future, Academic Campuses offer an affordable, but longer and more intensive, alternative to universities. In this play, the editors of a campus lit journal meet just before the start of summer to finish up the latest issue and celebrate their success. A hypothetical conversation about graduating early and starting up a magazine outside the "monastery" turns into a spirited argument.
Boa and Ardom are two refugees posing as ambassadors, who have survived for years pretending that their home country, Choroa, is still perfectly stable. When a royal edict orders that all Choroans must leave the country or face enslavement, Boa and Ardom must reveal harsh truths and spin fanciful stories in order to convince their hosts to allow themselves and their daughter to stay.
This short (15-20 min.), comic one-act play has a cast of 2 women and 1 man. Laura, an uptight librarian, hates George, whom she met through an internet dating site, until they begin discussing routes and maps. The dialogue is full of cute sexual innuendo, and is intended for adult audiences. No costumes or sets are needed beyond a table and 3 chairs. Premiered by Fly-by-Night Players.