Koutsakis, Polychronis (Greek playwright, 1974-____), “Bogey,”
a 40-minute black comedy in English, set in a mental institution, 2002,
• © 2002 by Polychronis Koutsakis; • in Polychronis Koutsakis’ Bogey (Saskatchewan, Canada: One Act Play Depot, 2002); • script/rights available from One Act Play Depot, Box 335, Spiritwood, Saskatchewan S0J 2M0, Canada, telephone (home) 306-883-3130, fax 775-249-8151, http://oneactplays.net, e-mail email@example.com. • Cited by One Act Play Depot via ftp July 9, 2002; One Act Play Depot says,
§ Dramatis Personae Man 1 (m), 50, a mental hospital patient, down on his luck; Man 2 (m), 50, a mental hospital patient.
§ Synopsis “Two middle-aged antagonistic men hilariously converse in a mental hospital. One of them claims being Humphrey Bogart, while the other claims being Cary Grant (although his friend thinks him to be Clark Gable).They are not so mad as they seem, and that they haven’t really forgotten what has led them to adopt their fictional personalities.
§ Comment “One scene, minimal properties. No special requirements.”
Bogart, American film star, January 23, 1899-January 14, 1957), Gable
(Clark Gable aka William
Clark Gable, American film star, February 1, 1901-November 16, 1960), Grant
(Archibald Alec Leach aka Cary
Grant, American film star, January 18, 1904-November 29, 1986), insanity,
friendship, identity, mental hospital, reality.
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