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In this experimental, existential absurdist comedy, characters in a play converse about their predicament, lambaste the playwright, or defend him, and eventually come to grips with their quantum mixolydean reality. Dramatica Press plays are designed to enhance readability of the stageplay format by creating a new ergonomic layout and using color to easily differentiate between character names, dialogue, parentheticals, and stage directions. Characters GATWICK - The older distinguished gentleman of the lot, in or past his fifties. He speaks in measured, drippingly wet, high-brow English. Think Jim Broadbent. RUFUS - The younger man in his thirties. He speaks with a rapidfire working-class English accent with strains/hint of affectation or education, whichever is the least obnoxious. MIDGET - Shorter than the others. Almost childlike, he might appear to pull on Gatwick's trousers in a non-literal way. He always reacts without words. Awards and Productions: Winner - 2003 Experiments in Ink V Playwriting Competition Production, Department of Theatre, University of Utah, February 12-15, 2004. Amazon Author profile: http://www.amazon.com/Jeffrey-Gold/e/B003DDU83A/
Sample pages on Amazon.com: http://www.amazon.com/Dedekind-Play-One-Jeffrey-Gold/dp/1451537840/