One Head Too Many

Author: Edward Einhorn

One Head Too Many

Description: A fairy tale from another planet in which a princess falls in love with her second head.
Year Written/Copyrighted: 2003
Date Added: 1/30/2014
Content Advisory:
1 Act, 45 Minutes
5 Females, 5 Males

NOTE: One Head Too Many is fully protected by copyright law and is subject to royalty. All inquiries concerning production, publication, reprinting or use of this play in any form should be addressed to

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Keywords: Carnivals and Circuses · Comedy · Coming of Age · Folklore and Legends · Intended for Children · Large Cast Size · Many Locations · Mythology · Surrealism/Absurdism

This play is in the following collections: Untitled Theater Company #61

Original Production Information

One Head Too Many was produced June 2004 at Theatre 80, NYC with the following cast and crew:

King Jo: John Blaylock
Narrator/Prince Hermy: Peter B. Brown
King Kustard/Jo's Father: Ian W. Hill
Princess Lilla/Queen Zilda: Uma Incrocci
Queen Jo/Dame Digga: Celia Montgomery

Stage Manager & Puppets Design: Berit Johnson
Assistant Stage Manager: Karene Morris
Assistant Director: Glory Sims Bowen
Dramaturg: Karen Ott
Costume Designer: Carla Gant
Set Designer: Michelle Malavet
Lighting Designer: Gregg Carville
Assistant Lighting Designer: Paul Bradley
Costume Design Assistant: Jennifer Rose
Tech Director: Rick Juliano
House Manager: Maxwell Zener
Publicity Materials: Wilde Mule Productions
Publicity by OPR/Origlio Public Relations
Interns: Jenn Ingham, Lindsay Mejer, Stacey Pulamano, Alexandra Cohen-Spiegler, Jennifer Spinello, Lauren Vaicels, Katy Wright-Mead

(Previous performances were held at at P.S. 122, from August 10 - August 25, 2003 as part of the New York International Fringe Festival.)