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Rehak, Jay C. (American playwright, 1956-____), “Marinated Steaks and Socks,”

a 10-minute comedy in English, set in a counselor’s office, 2002,

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  •  © 2002 by Jay C. Rehak;  •  in Jay C. Rehak’s Little Guise: 3 Ten-Minute Comedies (Spiritwood, Saskatchewan, Canada: One Act Play Depot, 2002);  •  script/rights available from One Act Play Depot, Box 335, Spiritwood, Saskatchewan S0J 2M0, Canada, e-mail playwrights@oneactplays.net, telephone (home) 306-883-3130, fax 775-249-8151, http://oneactplays.net.  •  Cited by One Act Play Depot via ftp July 9, 2002; One Act Play Depot says,

  §  Dramatis Personae John Wilson (m), 29, well-dressed husband of Francine, clearly frustrated in his ability to communicate his needs to his wife; Dr. Maxine Watts (f), 30, very professional-looking family practice psychologist specializing in marital issues; Francine Wilson (f), 29, wife of John, less frustrated in her ability to communicate her needs to her husband.

  §  Synopsis “A husband and wife who cannot seem to communicate with each other visit a marriage counselor with mixed results.

  §  Comment “One scene, minimal properties.  First produced by Hunger Artists Theatre Company, Santa Ana, California, March 8, 2002.”

  §  Themes communication, marital counseling, marriage, misunderstanding, visit.

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