A Memory Play

Author: Bob Stewart

A Memory Play

Description: What happens when a playwright tries to re-write his parents' wedding day, so they don’t get married!
Year Written/Copyrighted: 2000
Date Added: 4/24/2013
Content Advisory: Adult Language & topic
1 Act, 85 Minutes
1 Female, 2 Males

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Keywords: Behind the Scenes · Characters are Mostly Young Adults · Comedy · Coming of Age · Dysfunctional Families · Families · Gay and Lesbian · Gender and Sexuality · Magic Realism · Many Locations · Memoirs · Meta · Postmodern · Romance · Single Set · Small Cast Size · The Theatre

Original Production Information

A MEMORY PLAY was 1st presented at the 2000 Midtown International Theatre Festival by MoonSoup Productions with the following cast and credits:
KIP: Gerry Lehane
STEV: Christopher Knoblock
JUDY: Susan Izatt
Director: Gary Levinson
Stage Manager: Wanda Ruggiera
Set & Lights Design: Artsink

A MEMORY PLAY was presented in 2008 at The WorkShop Theater Company, New York City, with the following cast & credits:
KIP: Trey Albright
STEV: Artie Ray
JUDY: Susan Izatt
Director: Gary Levinson
Stage Manager: Dale Smallwood
Lights: Wanda Ruggeria
Sets & Sound: ArtSink.