The Best Plays From The Strawberry One-Act Festival Volume 7

The Best Plays From The Strawberry One-Act Festival Volume 7

The Best Plays From The Strawberry One-Act Festival – Volume Seven
Compiled by Van Dirk Fisher
 
S Y N O P S I S O F P L A Y S
 
Something Like Penguins by Levi Wilson. Can people march like penguins?
Characters: Male - 2, Female - 1
 
The Losing Game by Kristen Seavey. Cards will land as they may, but hearts will always be the hardest to hold onto.
Characters: Male - 2, Female - 2
 
Bryan and Kim by Adam Delia. Kim reveals to her boy friend Bryan a secret from her past, it starts a chain reaction that will put their relationship to the test.  
Characters: Male - 1, Female - 1                                                                       
 
Love for Beginners by Cesar Abella. Most people try to forget their exes when they date new people. Noah likes to bring his exes with him.
Characters: Male - 2, Female - 2. Narrator - Any gender
 
It’s Greek To Me by Shelley Bromberg. How do we move on from the loss of a loved one? Is there ever really a good time?
Characters: Male - 2, Female - 3
 
Mi Media Naranja by Rolls Andre. After a night of kinky sex gone horribly wrong, a couple of swingers must re-examine their marriage.
Characters: Male - 1, Female - 2
 
Bird Watching by Jeffrey L. Hollman. Should a young man invite his mother’s lover to go bird watching with him?
Characters: Male - 2, Female - 1
 
Turkey Day by E.K. Deutsch. An Arkansas farm family experiences revelation and tragedy on Thanksgiving Day.
Characters: Male - 2, Female - 5
 
Prescriptions by Ellen Orchid.  House sitting for your shrink can be weird.
Characters:  Female - 2
 
Fireman by Stephen Brown. Fireman brings us into the lives of a couple caught in the wake of a fire, leaving one of them and their relationship scorched and disfigured.
Characters: Male - 2
 
Heroes by Joseph Lizardi. Two different types of Vietnam heroes come face to face about the war.
Characters: Male - 2
 
Compubots by Paul Trupia. Isn’t technology wonderful?
Characters: Male - 2, Female - 2

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