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“Gun Metal Grey”

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Coyne, David (Canadian playwright, writer, 1965-____), “Gun Metal Grey,”

a 45-minute drama in English, set in a suburb of a North American city, 1993,

3m1f (+ 1m extra),

© 1993 by David Coyne, script/rights available from David Coyne, telephone (home) 604-541-4600; or International Readers’ Theatre, 800-694-9256 (toll free in North America) or 204-775-2923 (international),Web site http://www.mbnet.mb.ca/catalog/IRT.html. Cited by David Coyne, via ftp, October 11, 1998; Coyne says,
 
Dramatis Personae Leyton (m), 25, a ____________; Michael (m), a real-estate agent; Robbie (f), a retail clerk and Michael’s girlfriend; _______ (m), a ________________; _______ (m), a ________________.

Synopsis “Twenty-five-year-old Leyton has a closed world and two friends: Michael, a real-estate agent, and Robbie, a retail clerk and Michael’s girlfriend. Concerned about Leyton’s isolation and erratic behaviour, Robbie tries to coax him into coming with her to a career seminar. But her coaxing only serves to dig up the painful complications of their past relationship. To make matters worse, Leyton learns the house he has lived in all his life is going to be demolished. The thought of leaving the only place that is safe in an unsafe world forces Leyton to the end of his emotional tether. He believes he must take dramatic action to save his soul.

Comment “Play is in chapbook format.”

Themes demolition, erraticism, friendship, haven, isolation, longterm relationship, real estate, sales, seminar.
 

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