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“Incredible Rump”

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Roth, Dan (American playwright, actor, 1941-____), “Incredible Rump,”

a 15-minute comedy in English, set in an automobile showroom, 2002,

2m

; • © 2002 by Dan Roth; • in Dan Roth’s Incredible Rump (Spiritwood, Saskatchewan, Canada: One Act Play Depot, 2002); • script/rights available from One Act Play Depot, Spiritwood, Saskatchewan S0J 2M0, Canada, telephone (home) 306-883-3130, fax 775-249-8151, http://www.oneactplays.net/; contact Dan Roth via e-mail danroth@oneactplays.net.  •  Cited by Fraser MacFarlane, via ftp, October 26, 2002; Roth says,

§  Dramatis Personae Jim Reynolds (m), 32, car salesman wearing styled hair and a pinky ring; Dave Scott (m), 25, wears an ill-fitting sport-coat, has hair that won't stay combed.

§  Synopsis “Two car salesmen, Dave and Jim, try to figure out why Dave is not meeting his monthly sales quota.  The dwindling sales figures are directly attributable to Dave's appearance as an actor in a friend's musical satire Incredible Rump.

§  Comment “The play, based on ‘Rumplestilskin,’ has some dark moments, but, as Dave says, ‘It has a happy ending.’ One scene, no special requirements.”

§  Themes acting, AIDS, bestiality, car sales, quota, Rumplestiltskin.

See also Dan Roth’s

Hitler Was a House Painter,” a 45-minute drama in English, set in a small house in the San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles, California, U.S.A., 1994, 2m

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