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Brennan, Tim J. (American playwright, educator, poet, April 28, 1957-____), “My Name Is Lisa,”

a 15-minute drama in English, set in a living room, 11:00 p.m., 2005,

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; • © 2005 by Tim J. Brennan; • in Tim J. Brennan’s My Name Is Lisa ((Austin, Minnesota, U.S.A.: The Author, 2005); • script/rights available from Tim J. Brennan, 907 15th Street SW, Austin, Minnesota 55912, U.S.A., e-mail tjbrennan2@charter.net, telephone (home/work/fax) 507-437-8534. • Cited by Tim J. Brennan via ftp, November 4; 2005; Brennan says,

§ Dramatis Personae Frank (m), 35, divorced father; Lisa (f), 35, divorced mother.

§ Synopsis “Lisa has an intense conversation with Frank concerning possible sexual activity of their seventeen-year-old daughter. The animatedly cover topics ranging from possible measles to Frank's young roomate to birth control. The divorcees discover much about themselves as well as about their daughter.

§ Comment "Single scene: living room. Minimal set: chair, trunk. No special requirements. Easily staged in small setting. • Premiered at Rochester Repertory Theatre, Rochester, Minnesota, 2004. Produced at Stormy Weather Players 2005 New Plays Festival, Cornwell-on-Hudson, New York, U.S.A., August, 2005. • Tim J Brennan, born in Clhippewa Falls, Wisconsin, U.S.A., is a teacher, playwright, and poet. Brennan has had 10-minute plays produced in Minnesota, Illinois, New York, and California.”

§ Themes divorce, birth control, family, relationships, parenting.



See also Tim J. Brennan's

  • "Dinner and a Movie," a 15-minute drama in English, set in a restaurant, 11:00 p.m., 2005, 1m2f or 2m1f

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