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Don't Mention My Name - Full Length Play, Comedy

Don't Mention My Name

Fred Carmichael

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Full Length Play, Comedy

3m, 5f

ISBN: 9780573694509

An award winning playwright asks what you would do if you suffered temporary amnesia and stumbled into a bed and breakfast off season only to find you were expected for the week end. That is what happens to the leading man in this delightful comedy. The attractive real estate lady calls him by one n…

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Full Length Play

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Mystery/Thriller

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An award winning playwright asks what you would do if you suffered temporary amnesia and stumbled into a bed and breakfast off season only to find you were expected for the week end. That is what happens to the leading man in this delightful comedy. The attractive real estate lady calls him by one name and the housekeeper by another. A business executive and his secretary appear with a confirmed reservation and call him by another name. The executive's wife surprises them all and calls the hero by a different name, and a nightclub singer enters with her hearty boy friend and recognizes him by yet another name. As the amnesiac and the real estate lady band together to solve the mystery, it develops that people are not who they seem and even though each works for a different government agency, they all have the identical purpose. The plot becomes more and more hilarious until all questions are answered, including who the hero is and what the crime is with a surprising twist ending. This combination of intriguing laughter, romance, and mystery provides a delightful evening.

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Scott Finn 9/2/2015 3:09 PM
This plays even better than it reads.  Some great, quirky characters that high schoolers can develop regardless of experience level.  Good pacing and some fun moments; however, the climax/resolution is a bit lacking like many contemporary comedy/farces.  Still--entertaining and worthwhile.

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