Hello My Name Is

by  Robert Fisher, Arthur Marx

Full Length Play, Comedy  /  4m, 4f

While attending a convention in New York, a longtime loyal employee of a firm that sells saunas, hot tubs and musical toilets overhears his boss say that he will not be promoted to the Vice Presidency in charge of western sales because he doesn't have the guts to be a top salesman. The boss bases hi…

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    4m, 4f

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While attending a convention in New York, a longtime loyal employee of a firm that sells saunas, hot tubs and musical toilets overhears his boss say that he will not be promoted to the Vice Presidency in charge of western sales because he doesn't have the guts to be a top salesman. The boss bases his theory on the fact that Walter is faithful to his wife, even when he's out of town and any man who doesn't have the guts to cheat on his wife isn't gutsy enough to be a topflight salesman. Walter drinks away his disappointment and inadvertently winds up in bed with an attractive woman who turns out to be the boss's wife. His complaint to her about having to work for a man who'd rather promote a philanderer than a man with moral integrity leads her to help him win his promotion but not before the boss discovers them in bed.

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  • Minimum Fee: $75 per performance

Production

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  • Setting:

    It's about noon, in the 20th century. A suite in a major hotel in New York City; it's the hospitality suite of Recreational Plumbing, Inc., during the American Homebuilders Convention.

Casting

4m, 4f

SWIFTY

JB FASTBENDER

MAGGIE

WALTER SHAKELY

DAWN STAPLETON

AMANDA FASTBENDER

TOM TRIMBLE

HENRIETTA SHAKELY

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Casting Notes

The brief moments of nudity are not obligatory in this play. The ladies may wear negligees or bikinis.

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Authors

Robert Fisher

Robert Fisher

Arthur Marx

Arthur Marx

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