- Opening Lines
A romantic comedy. Two gay men, Chris and Richard, are brought together on a blind date. They face the daunting prospects of dating, love, and finally moving in together. If they can survive the first date, having their best friends meet, a surprise visit from the folks, and a misplaced couch — maybe their relationship has a chance.
First run 2001, Sacramento Lambda Players. Sold out run, audience favorite.
Two-Act: length? – two sets (compatible for smaller stages)
4M: 2-30s, 1-40s, 1-60s
2F: 1-30s, 1-60s
An aging comedy. When a group of friends gathering for a monthly event, they get some unexpected news. Ted’s grandson is about to enter his life. The dilemma is that during their 22 years together, Ted never told his lover, Jim, about the child. Trolling presents a humorous look at getting older, being gay, and taking responsibility for one’s past. A great ensemble piece for older actors.
First reading, February 2003, Sacramento Lambda Players.
Two-Act: length? – one set (compatible for smaller stages)
7M: 5-50+, 1-late teens, 1-early 20s