Saturday, September 01, 2007

Handwritten Theatre Twenty-One: "This was before I knew her."

The women you meet in bars always tell the most interesting stories. Sip that third martini and listen to the song of the cocktail sirens.

Handwritten Theatre Twenty-One: "This was before I knew her."
Performed by Moira Quirk and Marsha Clark
Running Time: 23:27
Mature Audiences (Contains several common vulgarities)

Handwritten Theatre on stage

Bill and Jody Bishop and Cheryl Warren performing "Note the relationship between the two seated figures in the booth" as produced by The Fremont Community Players in Fremont, Nebraska.

If your theatre company or drama department is interested in producing a program of Handwritten Theatre, send an email to the rambling campus of The Handwritten Theatre World Headquarters and Corporate Retreat Facility at:

Birthday Wishes to
Ray Bradbury

August 22nd

"I have come up with a new simile to describe myself lately. It can be yours.
Every morning I jump out of bed and step on a landmine. The landmine is me.
After the explosion, I spend the rest of the day putting the pieces together.
Now, it's your turn. Jump!"

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