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Brennan, Tim J. (American playwright, educator, poet, April 28, 1957-____), “Dinner and a Movie,”

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

1m2f or 2m1f

; • © 2005 by Tim J. Brennan; • in Tim J. Brennan’s Dinner and a Movie (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 Trevor Howard (m), 55, patron; Sylvia Kerr, (f), 40, waitress; Racine (m or f), 40, chef.

§ Synopsis “Con artist Trevor Howard scams an expensive dinner from starry-eyed waitress Sylvia Kerr.

§ Comment "Single scene: restaurant. Minimal props: two tables w/place settings, wine and glasses. Background music. • Premiered at North Park Vaudeville Theatre, San Diego, California, U.S.A., October 28, 29, 2005. Named "Best" of the Best. Best Actress. Best Director. Produced at Lamplighters, La Mesa, California, U.S.A., December, 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 con artistry, restaurant, romance, scam.



See also Tim J. Brennan’s

  • "My Name Is Lisa," a 15-minute drama in English, set in a living room, 11:00 p.m., 2005, 1m1f

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