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Meyers, Marc S. (American playwright, filmmaker, fundraiser for special events, 1972-____), “Callous,”

an 8-minute comedy-drama in  English, set in a bedroom, 10:00 p.m., 1999,

1m1f;

  •  © 1999 by Marc S. Meyers;  •  script/rights available from Marc S. Meyers, Silver Moon Productions, 50 Greene Avenue, Suite 3F, Brooklyn, New York City 11238, New York, U.S.A., e-mail marcmeyers@aol.com, telephone (home) 718 399-9671, (work) 718 399-9671, fax 718 399-9671.  •  Cited by Marc S. Meyers, via ftp May, 17, 2001; Meyers says,

  §  Dramatis Personae Scott (m), husband; Bray (f), wife.

  §  Synopsis “After Scott has received a long-awaited hand transplant, he can now play video games with his
children, but when he prepares for bed, his wife no longer likes his touch.

  §  Comment “Captures the difficulties in a marriage.  •  Production history: Ensemble Studio Theatre, New York City, April 1999; adapted into a short film following production, 1999.”

  §  Themes , intimacy, love, marriage, misunderstanding, relationship, sex.

See also Marc S. Meyers’

  • Hello, I Love You,” a 15-minute comedy-drama in English, set in  the lobby outside a reception hall, 1998, 1m1f
  • Consider also Marc S. Meyers
     
  • “Whywork.com,” a 27-minute comedy-drama in English, set in an apartment, New York City, U.S.A., 4m2f.

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