By Sam Bobrick
One Set — A bare stage with minimum pieces
(i.e. a podium, a bench, a desk, etc.)
4 characters — 3 men, 1 woman
(and an offstage Announcer)
By Sam Bobrick and Julie Stein
A Monologue delivery by one of the male actors in DRIVING LOVE NUTS
DRIVING LOVE NUTS is a one act play about a very serious, socially conscious writer whose life is changed when love enters into the picture. He, as well as the play, find themselves going to places neither thought they would be going to.
COMPANION PIECE is a short opening monologue delivered by an actor who later on gets himself involved in DRIVING LOVE NUTS. The two pieces make up a full evening.
AN ACTOR — In his early forties. Not the leading man type
GRANT FILMORE — A novelist in his early thirties
JENNY SHERWOOD — An attractive woman in her mid-twenties
BART MILLER — An agent in his late-thirties
ANNOUNCER (an off-stage voice)
If you are interested in licensing this play please contact Ron Gwiazda or Amy Wagner at Abrams Artist Agency.