By Sam Bobrick
The Set — A New York apartment, a nice but sparsely decorated living room
5 Actors, 9 Characters — 4 men, 1 women
George Raymond, a playwright, discovers that the life he's living is actually the play he is currently writing and he is not sure what is real and what is not. The play takes us through a writer's difficulty, his uncertainty and his insanity as he is determined to provide the audience with a completed and satisfying play as well as trying to make heads or tails out of his parallel life.
GEORGE RAYMOND — The writer — A man in his mid-thirties
JOE — A stagehand
BOB — A stagehand
ERIN RAYMOND — George's very attractive wife
CHUCK BRADLEY — George's agent in his mid-thirties
SYBIL — Joe dressed as a woman
DR. ZABAR — A Psychiatrist played by Joe
DR. SHUMAK — A Psychiatrist played by Bob
HAMLET — The tragic prince played by Bob
If you are interested in licensing this play please contact Ron Gwiazda or Amy Wagner at Abrams Artist Agency.