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Wake for David's Fucked Up Face, A - 10 Minute Play, Dramatic Comedy

Wake for David's Fucked Up Face, A

Skylar Fox

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10 Minute Play, Dramatic Comedy

2m, 1f

ISBN: 9780573703751

David did something stupid on the way home from prom. Now, Cal’s covered in blood, eating Funyuns in his room, and Cal’s mom doesn’t know what to do with him. Why doesn’t he seem sad? Are live-action role-playing fantasy games really the answer? And where is David’s head?

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$8.95
: Off Off Broadway Festival Plays, 39th Series

Minimum Fee: $45 per performance
$75 with other plays in collection


Description

10 Minute Play

Dramatic Comedy

10 minutes

Time Period - Contemporary, Present Day, New Millennium/21st Century

Settings Of Play - Non-specific location. 

FEATURES / CONTAINS

No intermission

Bare Stage/Simple Set

Contemporary Costumes / Street Clothes

CAUTIONS

Strong Language, Mild Adult Themes

TARGET AUDIENCE

Adult, Teen (Age 14 - 18)

PERFORMANCE GROUP

College Theatre / Student, Community Theatre, Professional Theatre, Reader's Theatre, Shoestring Budget, Large Stage, Blackbox / Second Stage /Fringe Groups

RECOGNITION / AWARDS

Samuel French Off Off Broadway Short Play Festival

Winner! 39th Annual Samuel French Off Off Broadway Festival
David did something stupid on the way home from prom. Now, Cal’s covered in blood, eating Funyuns in his room, and Cal’s mom doesn’t know what to do with him. Why doesn’t he seem sad? Are live-action role-playing fantasy games really the answer? And where is David’s head?

Part of the collection Off Off Broadway Festival Plays, 39th Series.
Presented in the 39th Annual Samuel French Off Off-Broadway Short Play Festival, at Playwrights Horizons in August, 2014. 
Characters

CASTING

2m, 1f

CASTING ATTRIBUTES

Non-Traditional casting, Features Teens

CASTING NOTES

These characters speak directly to the audience. They never leave the stage. Light shifts indicate who’s turn it is to narrate. The characters do not hear each other for the most part. When they speak to each other, they speak facing the audience. Remember, the real conversations in the play are between each character and the audience.
David probably wears a tuxedo. No furniture is necessary. 

JEAN - She’s in her mid-40’s.
CAL - He’s 18. He’s Jean’s son.
DAVID - He would be 18, but he’s dead.
Author
Skylar Fox

Skylar Fox

SKYLAR FOX is a director, playwright, and actor based both in Boston, MA and Providence, RI. Recent writing credits include Heist Play (Brown University Mainstage), The Frito-Lay Project (Ars Nova), The Retardedly Boring Misadventures of Apathy Boy (The Brick, 2015 O’Neill Finalist), The Last of the Living Jeffersons (Named the runner up for the Gaffney Playwriting Prize, administered by La Jolla ... view full profile

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