Dubin, Kitty A. (American
playwright, professor of playwriting, 1945-____), “Strictly Personal,”
a 35-minute comedy in
English, set in a delicatessen, lunch hour on a weekday, 1998,
1998 by Kitty A. Dubin; • in Kitty A. Dubin’s Strictly Personal
(Birmingham, Michigan, U.S.A.: The Author, 1998); • script/rights
available from Kitty Dubin, 380 Wimbleton
Road, Birmingham, Michigan. 48009, U.S.A., e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, telephone
(home) 248 642-5636, fax 248 642-5636. • Cited by Kitty S.
Dubin via ftp August 26, 2002; Dubin says,
Personae David Stein (m), 35, Jewish, answering a personal ad; Rachel Miller
(f), 35, answering a personal ad; Pearl (f), 65, a meddling waitress.
“A man and a woman meet at a deli through a personal ad in the Jewish News.
Over the course of a lunch, they discover that neither is as advertised.
A meddling waitress plays an active role in their on again off again romance.
“Honesty in relationships. • This play was produced at the
Jewish Ensemble Theatre in West Bloomfield, Michigan in 2000. There are
no scene changes. Set requirements are a table and two chairs.
courtship, honesty, Jewishness, lunch, personal ad, romance, table waiting.
See also Kitty A. Dubin’s
“Bye Bye Love,”
a 15-minute comedy in English, set in a funeral home, 2001, 2f
“The Joy of Sex,”
a 15-minute comedy in English, set in the office of a marriage counselor,
“Mimi and Me,”
a 15-minute comedy in English, set in a nursing home, afternoon, 1998,
“The Prom Dress,”
a 15-minute comedy in English, set in the fitting room of a department
store, afternoon, spring, 1999, 3f
a 15-minute comedy in English, set in a doctor's office, afternoon, 2002,
“Tough As Nails,”
a 15-minute comedy in English, set in a nail salon, Friday afternoon, 1998,
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