Pillow Talk

by  John Pielmeier

10 Minute Play, Comedy  /  2m, 2f

Mark Bloomer shows up to his first marriage counseling appointment with wife Jaydeen only to find that the counselors, Tiffany Heaven and Roger Creosote, have more issues than he does!

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  • Cast Size

    Cast Size

    2m, 2f
  • Duration

    Duration

    10 minutes
  • Suggested Use

    Suggested Use

    • Scene work
    • Competition or audition material
  • Audience

    Target Audience

    • Adult

Additional Info

Mark Bloomer shows up to his first marriage counseling appointment with wife Jaydeen only to find that the counselors, Tiffany Heaven and Roger Creosote, have more issues than he does!

Published in TEN MINUTE PLAYS FROM ACTORS THEATRE OF LOUISVILLE, Vol. 2.

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Keywords

Love, Marriage

Considerations

Performing Groups

  • High School/Secondary
  • College Theatre / Student
  • Community Theatre
  • Shoestring Budget
  • Blackbox / Second Stage /Fringe Groups

Cautions

  • Caution Mild Adult Mild Adult Themes

License details

  • Minimum Fee: $45 per performance

Production

Details

  • Time Period: Present Day
  • Duration: 10 minutes
  • Setting: The marriage counseling room of Creosote and Heaven - no chairs, just lots of big pillows.
  • Features / Contains: Contemporary Costumes / Street Clothes

Casting

2m, 2f
DOCTOR TIFFANY HEAVEN– 25, a marriage counselor
MARK BLOOMER – 24, a young newlywed
DOCTOR ROGER CREOSOTE – 26, a marriage counselor
JAYDEEN BLOOMER – 23, a young newlywed
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Authors

John Pielmeier

John Pielmeier began his career as an actor, working at Actors Theatre of Louisville, the Guthrie Theater, Milwaukee Rep, Alaska Rep, Baltimore’s Center Stage, and the Eugene O’Neill National Playwrights’ Conference. It was at the O’Neill that his play Agnes of God was first staged. A co-winner of the Great American Pl ...

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Pillow Talk was first produced by the Actors Theatre of Louisville on December 11, 1989. It was directed by V. Craig Heidenreich.

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