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Hall, Barry (American playwright, 1963-____), “À Trois,”

a 45-minute comedy-drama in English, set here and now,

2m1f

; • © 1996, script/rights available from Playscripts, Inc., P.O. Box 237060, New York, New York 10023, U.S.A., 866-NEW-PLAY (639-7529), international fax 212-799-6708, http://www.playscripts.com; contact Barry Hall, 754 Tuckahoe Road #2B, Yonkers, New York 10710, U.S.A., or bhall@mail.slc.edu or telephone 914-793-9813. • Cited Barry Hall via ftp, October 19, 1997; Hall says,

§ Dramatis Personae ______ (m), ___________; ______ (m), ___________; ______ (f), ___________.

§ Synopsis “A stream-of-character exploration, by turns comic and poignant, of love, and sex in which three actors trace the multiform possiblilities of romantic relationships.

§ Comment “The play was first performed in the Edward Albee Workshop at Stages Repertory Theater in Houston. Subsequent productions include Absolute Theater in Houston, Westside Repertory Theater and Todo con Nada in New York, and the New York International Fringe Festival.” • “A non-linear, musically structured meditation on love and sex for three actors. • Selected to represent the U.S. at ‘Du Monde Entier’ festival, Paris, 1998.”—Playscripts, Inc., http://www.playscripts.com, accessed August 19, 2004.

§ Themes love, romance, stream-of-character, sex.

See also Barry Hall’s:

  • Here and Now, a 15-minute comedy in English, set in an apartment, October, 1997, 1m1f
  • Wildlife, a 15-minute comedy in English, set in a neighborhood pub, 10:10 p.m., October, 1997, 2m
 

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Page updated May 18, 1998, November 8, 1998, August 19, 2004, by the site Webmaster.

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