This Play is About Pirates
by Caleigh Derreberry
Comedy / 5m, 2f
"Theatre is not the art of memories. It's the memory of art." When James, decides to become a pirate he looks back at his past and all that he has left behind.
This Play is About Pirates was part of the nationally recognized Educational Theatre Association's Thespian Playworks competition in 2014. Published in the collection of Thespian Playworks 2014.
Jim tells the audience his story of how he came to be a nasty pirate. Through a series of events we see various interactions between his past and present self, contemplating what could have been.
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Right for the Stage
by Peter Filichia
January 28, 2015
- Minimum Fee: $45 / performance
$75 / performance of 3 plays
$100 / performance of 4 or more plays
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- Duration: 30 minutes
JIM – A pirate; three years older than James
JAMES – A memory; three years younger than
Mary – His lover
MAD PETE – Her father, a pirate
WIDOWIN’ WALLACE – A pirate, a lover, a pain
PAT – A pirate with a limited vocabulary
SULLY – A pirate with limited patience