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All for One - Full Length Play, Dramatic Comedy

All for One

Paul Weitz

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Full Length Play, Dramatic Comedy

3m, 2f

ISBN: 9780573695452

"Very funny." - The New Yorker

"Smart, sexy and funny, a cross between The Breakfast Club and The Big Chill." - Liz Smith

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Full Length Play

Dramatic Comedy

Time Period - Contemporary, Present Day

Settings Of Play - The living room of an expensive house in Los Angeles. The present.


Interior Set

All for One is about three childhood friends, now in their mid twenties, whose weekend reunion is sabotaged by ambition and unrequited love. Tony is the producer of the hit sitcom Model Detectives. He lives in Los Angeles with Lynn, an elementary school teacher who complains that "half the people I know have had plastic surgery, the other half are in the third grade." Jeff is a high strung law student who is mortified by the fact that he is in love with Lynn, his best friend's girlfriend. Jonny Lightningrod, an aspiring musician "I'm doing hardcore, but as a solo artist." wants a guest spot on Tony's show. Farrah is a runaway who has hitch hiked with Jonny to L.A., and she decides she wants to live in Tony's house.
"Very funny." - The New Yorker

"Smart, sexy and funny, a cross between The Breakfast Club and The Big Chill." - Liz Smith

All For One premiered December 2, 1993 at the Ensemble Studio Theatre in New York City, under the direction of Kate Baggott. 


3m, 2f

TONY, age 26, is a writer/producer of the hit show, "Model Detectives."

LYNN, age 26, is a teacher. She's beginning to wonder what she's doing in Hollywood.

JEFF, age 26, is a law student. He thinks about thinking.

JONNY LIGHTNINGROD, age 26, is an aspiring rock musician. He's living it.

FARRAH, age 17, would like to improve her lifestyle immediately, at all costs. 

Paul Weitz

Paul Weitz

Paul Weitz is the author of the acclaimed plays Trust, Show People, and Privilege, all of which premiered at Second Stage Theatre. His play Mango Tea was produced Off-Broadway with Marisa Tomei and Rob Morrow by New York's Ensemble Studio Theatre, which also produced his next works, Captive, All for One, and the acclaimed ensemble comedy Roulette. He also wrote and directed the comedy ... view full profile

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