by Patricia Mew
For production by Professionals, Amateurs, Colleges/Universities and High Schools.
Two millennial couples meeting at a restaurant for an evening out encounter difficulties communicating with one another, producing hilarious results. The physicality of this 10 minute play is reminiscent of Samuel Beckett’s only slightly longer, “Act Without Words”; but this show is funny!
- 2m 2f 1either
- 1 interior
- About 10 minutes
- Contemporary costumes
- Order #3148
- PERUSAL SCRIPT: The PDF of the first act of the script is available: AllTheWrongMovesPERUSAL
Performance License Application: LBTLicenseApplication072017 No production rights can be granted until this application is filled out and sent to us.
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- Script in PDF format — Order #3148a : $10.00 (will be sent to you by email, from which you will be authorized to print copies for your production)
- First Performance Amateur/Educational Royalty — Order #3148d : $10.00
- Second Performance Amateur/Educational Royalty — Order #3148e : $10.00
- Professional Royalties will be quoted upon application
- Premiered by The Firehouse Center for the Performing Arts, New Works Festival, The Long and Short of It — Newburyport, Massachusetts — January 2018
The following is how the credits should read in all programs, posters, fliers, handbills and other promotional advertising for the show:
All The Wrong Moves
NOTE: The names of the Playwright(s), Composer, Lyricist, and Bookwriter shall be equal in size, type, coloring, boldness, and prominence. No billing shall appear in type larger or more prominent than the billing to the Authors except for the title of the play.
“All The Wrong Moves” is presented through special arrangement with Leicester Bay Theatricals. All authorized materials are also supplied by LBT, www.leicesterbaytheatricals.com”
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