Alone at the Beach

by  Richard Dresser

Full Length Play, Comedy  /  4m, 3f

"So you thought the kind of comedy that sends audiences home happy had disappeared from the American theatre scene? Wrong!" - Louisville Courier Journal

"A riotously funny sex farce." - Detroit News

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Alone at the Beach

by  Richard Dresser

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    4m, 3f

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George, a mild mannered man in his mid 30's, inherits a beach house in the Hamptons and rents out rooms to Manhattanites. George has not actually met any of these yuppies from the urban jungle and they turn out to be a motley crew of neurotics who drive him crazy from the moment they arrive. Everyone hilariously survives the experience and some unlikely romances develop before Labor Day and the final trek back to New York City, until next summer?
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"So you thought the kind of comedy that sends audiences home happy had disappeared from the American theatre scene? Wrong!" - Louisville Courier Journal "A riotously funny sex farce." - Detroit News "A charming romp that should turn up in regional and community theatres all over the place." - Houston Post "Has the pacing of a Neil Simon script but with some of the dry, more cerebral wit of Jules Feiffer." - Evansville Courier

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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 ...

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