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Wilmot, Michael (Canadian playwright, actor, business owner, 1952-____), “Loveshack,”

a 25-minute comedy in English, set in a motel room, afternoon, 2001,

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  •  © 2001 by Michael Wilmot;  •  script/rights available from Michael Wilmot,  911 Maitland Street, London, Ontario N5Y 2X2, Canada, e-mail mgwilmot@rogers.com, telephone (home) 519-439-6721, fax 519-439-2224.  •  Cited by Michael Wilmot via ftp June 29, 2001; Wilmot says,

  §  Dramatis Personae Sarah (f), 35, next door neighbour of Brendan; Brendan (m), 35, next door neighbour of Sarah.

  §  Synopsis “Brendan and Sarah see this motel room as a place to fulfill sexual fantasies previously only discussed. Actually next door neighbours, they have had an innocent flirtation that has grown and stimulated them into acting out their impulses. Their attempts at consummation never really get very far. They come to realise it’s probably better if they don’t act out their impulses—maybe friends don’t make good lovers.

  §  Comment “The script requires a bed, a bedside table, and a telephone. It has not been produced as of June  29, 2001.”

  §  Themes bed, flirtation, motel, neighbor, sexual fantasy, tryst, two hander.
 
 

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