Steele, Lee (American playwright, tech writer, submarine veteran, 1957-____), “Lookout,”
a 5-minute theatre-of-the-absurd comedy in English, set at sea, present or past,
1m2f or 2m1f or 3m or 3f or 2m or 2f or 1m1f;
• © 1999 by Lee Steele; • script/rights available from Lee Steele, P.O. Box 391030, Mountain View, California 94039-1030, U.S.A., e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, telephone (home) 650-938-0862. • Cited by Lee Steele, via ftp December 2, 1999; Steele says,
§ Dramatis Personae First Lookout (m or f); Second Lookout (m or f); Person Adrift (m or f or prop).
§ Synopsis “Two lookouts look out for a man adrift.
§ Comment “Extremely short, works well as part of bill of short plays, needs almost no props or set. The third character can even be a dummy or prop.”
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