I have written another play, tentatively titled Spree. This one is very firmly aimed at Freshblood...

posted 16 December 2002
I have written another play, tentatively titled Spree. This one is very firmly aimed at Freshblood theatre, who I am going to submit it to and then beg to stage it, after they liked (but didn't stage) my last effort, Silly Things for good reasons like it requiring a cast of twelve. This is a draft, and so there are a few typos and probably lots of other mistakes I haven't spotted yet: please let me know when you find them, or if you have any comments.
You'll also notice there's only one guy in the cast of six: that's because Freshblood often has difficulty casting men (because they're all stage-shy at Warwick, it seems). However, the sex of two of the characters is essentially arbitrary, making for gender parity. Those two characters can also be played by the same person, reducing the necessary cast size by one if necessary. It's flexible, see? It's also a bit shorter than Silly Things; I'm not sure if that's a good thing or not.

(These scripts are in plain text; I recommend you copy-and-paste into a text editor or at least Word before attempting to read them)

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