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Brunelle, James (American teacher of guitar and creativity, playwright, 19__-____), “The House of Bake,”

a 20-minute comedy in English set in the stage of Alexa’s “The House Of Bake,” a nationally-available cable access TV show or just a show in Alexa's
mind, 1998,

1m3f or 2m2f,

  •  © 1995, 1998, James J. Brunelle; script/rights available from James J. Brunelle, P.O. Box 275,Manville, Rhode Island, 02838, U.S.A, telephone (home) 401-658-3753, (work) 401-658-3753, e-mail james@zartmo.com, http://www.zartmo.com. Cited via ftp, January 3, 1999; Brunelle says,

  § Dramatis Personae Alexa (f), TV show hostess; Carlton (m), TV guest; Debbie (f), TV guest; _______ (m or f), ________________.

  § Synopsis “Alexa, whose motto is ‘bake and get baked’ has her own show. She invites Debbie and Carlton to appear, and when they do, the sparks begin to fly.

  § Comment “This play is about the current TV culture and escapist state of mind in America. E-mail me and leave your name, phone number, and e-mail address; I will contact you immediately. You can read a copy of this play and my others on my website. There you will find synopses, sample scripts, more plays, plays for kids to do, etc.”

  § Themes America, communication, distraction, escapism, television.

See also Brunelle’s:

Abandoned,” a 25-minute drama in English set in Any Rhode Island City, 1997, 3m
Ham Radio,” a 20-minute comedy in English, set in an outdoor café, 2m

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