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In this award-winning comedic tragedietta, Fitch Todd, a dried-out composer, has lost all motivation to live; his publisher conspires to pull him out of his doldrums for selfish reasons. 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 FITCH TODD - Fitch is an older man, a bed-ridden composer, safely in his sixties (his glasses make him look like Trotsky). MEREDITH TODD - His wife, is a woman in her late forties or early fifties. EARL BROWNING - His publisher, is a distinguished looking, silver-haired gentleman (a cross between Colonel Sanders and Lenin), probably in his early seventies. He is using this opportunity to 'test the waters' with Meredith. Readings, Staged Readings, Productions, and Awards: Workshopped at the Salt Lake Acting Company Playwright's Group with SLAC dramaturg Mike Dorrell, Winter 2002. Reading at the Salt Lake Acting Company Playwrights Group Christmas Reading, December 15, 2002. Joan Mullaney read Meredith Todd, Dan Larrinaga read Fitch Todd, and Kurt Proctor read Earl Browning. Reading at the Center for New Words, Cambridge, Massachusetts, on January 22, 2005. Official Selection - Women in Theatre (WIT) Play Reading Series, North Hollywood, California, July 24, 2004. Winner - New Voices/New Words Playwriting Contest of the Center for New Words, Cambridge, Massachusetts, on December 16, 2004. Winner - Moondance Seahorse Award, 2005 Moondance International Film Festival Stageplay Competition, Boulder, Colorado, May 14, 2005. Winner - 2006 Silver Spring One Act Festival. Produced at the Silver Spring Stage, Silver Spring, North Carolina, August 17-20, 2006. Amazon Author profile: http://www.amazon.com/Jeffrey-Gold/e/B003DDU83A/
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