Driving Love Nuts

A Comedy


By Sam Bobrick


2 Acts


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)


Before the play starts there is a monologue titled COMPANION PIECE welcoming the audience to the play delivered by a disillusioned actor who, to the dismay of the other actors gets himself involved in DRIVING LOVE NUTS.


DRIVING LOVE NUTS is about a very serious, socially conscious writer whose life is changed when love enters the picture. He, as well as the play, find themselves going to places neither he nor the play thought they would be going to.


Characters


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)


Agency Contact

If you are affiliated with a theatre or theatrical production company and intersted in reading or licensing this play please contact Ron Gwiazda or Amy Wagner at Abrams Artist Agency.


Ron Gwiazda
Amy Wagner
Abrams Artist Agency
275 Seventh Avenue - 26th Floor
New York, NY 10001
Tel. 646-486-4600
Email: Ron.Gwiazda@abramsartsny.com
Email: Amy.Wagner@abramsartsny.com