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Lueken, Joseph Anton, II (American playwright, grocer, 19__-____), and Roy C. Booth (American playwright, comic book/games/book store owner, 1965-____), “Nibbles,”

a 25-minute mystery comedy in English, set in a New York City apartment, U.S.A., 2000,

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  •  © 2000 by Joseph Anton Lueken, II, and Roy C. Booth;  •  script/rights available from Roy C. Booth, 114 4th Street NW, Bemidji, Minnesota 56601, U.S.A., e-mail roycbooth@hotmail.com, telephone (home) 218-444-8736.  •  Cited by Joseph Anton Lueken, II, via ftp February 12, 2001; Lueken says,

  §  Dramatis Personae Ken Stillworth (m), 24, Wall Street analyst; Kim Benson (f), 25, Ken’s actress-wannabe girlfriend; Jeff Ericson (m), 23, Ken’s antagonistic roommate; William J. Golightly (m), 42, private detective.

  §  Synopsis “Nibbles the Hamster is dead. Poisoned. And private detective William J. Golightly is on the case!  Was it the
varmint’s owner, the junior grade Wall Street analyst, Ken? Ken’s high maintenance wannabe actress girlfriend, Kim?
Jeff, the cynical roommate with a wisecrack for every occasion? Or was it . . . someone else? And what does
Shakespeare have to do with all of this? And football? And a 1960s science-fiction TV show? And . . . .

  §  Comment “One scene, one set consisting of three exits: one to a bedroom, one to the kitchen, and one to the hallway.  A TV set, a comfortable chair, and a refrigerator are the prominent furnishings on the set.  •  The play is set to debut at the 2001 Minnesota Fringe Festival.”

  §  Themes football, method acting, murder, mystery, Shakespeare (William Shakespeare, English poet, playwright, 1564-1616), Star Trek.
 
 

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