Full Length Play
Time Period - Present Day
Settings Of Play - A bench in a city park.
FEATURES / CONTAINS
Exterior Set, Bare Stage/Simple Set
Contemporary Costumes / Street Clothes
No Special Cautions
Appropriate for all audiences
High School/Secondary, College Theatre / Student, Community Theatre, Dinner Theatre, Professional Theatre, Senior Theatre, Shoestring Budget
Fired after twenty years, Walter Price encounters three provocative
characters while contemplating his options on a park bench: Ellie, a
high spirited ingenue who represents hope; Haley, a distinguished hobo
representing wisdom; and Lenore, a hooker who represents reality.
"You will laugh until your sides feel as if they will burst, until your eyes begin to water, until you are sure that one more clever line or witty exchange will send you into a laughing fit from which you may never recover." - The Chicago Sun Times
"Truly high comedy...I can't think of a soul who wouldn't love the off beat characters." - Chicago Reporter/Progress Newspapers
"The best new dinner theatre play I've yet encountered." - Kansas City Star
The Man with the Plastic Sandwich was first presented by Tod Booth at the Drury Lane Theatre in Evergreen Park, Illinois on January 16, 1981. It was directed by Tod Booth.