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At Home (Dresser) - Short Play, Comedy

At Home (Dresser)

Richard Dresser

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Short Play, Comedy

3m, 3f

ISBN: 9780573625206

Dick and Janet live in one of those condo complexes where every unit looks alike. They come home one night from a party after having had one too many and begin a very humorous sexual game when, much to their surprise, Ted and his wife Jackie enter in their pajamas from the bedroom. Oops! Dick and Ja…

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Short Play

Comedy

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Dick and Janet live in one of those condo complexes where every unit looks alike. They come home one night from a party after having had one too many and begin a very humorous sexual game when, much to their surprise, Ted and his wife Jackie enter in their pajamas from the bedroom. Oops! Dick and Janet are in the wrong condo! Or are they! The laughs are fast and furious in this slightly surreal satire of contemporary marriage.
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3m, 3f

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Richard Dresser

Richard Dresser

Richard Dresser's plays include Below the Belt and Gun-Shy, both of which moved from Actors Theatre of Louisville Off-Broadway and on to regional productions. Other Actors Theatre of Louisville plays include What Are You Afraid Of?, set in the front seat of a car, Alone at the Beach and Wonderful World. Rounding Third appeared Off-Broadway and has had many regional productions. His trilogy of ... view full profile

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