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Robinson, Kristyn Leigh (American playwright, 1974-____), “We Need to Talk,”

a 10-minute comedy in English, set in a restaurant, a bedroom, 2003,

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; • © 2003 by Kristyn Leigh Robinson; • in Kristyn Leigh Robinson’s One Night (Newark, Delaware, U.S.A.: The Author, 2003); • script/rights available from Kristyn Leigh Robinson, 723 Colgate Lane, Newark, Delaware 19711, U.S.A., e-mail playwrights_cramp@yahoo.com, telephone (home) 302-266-9717, http://www.kristynleighrobinson.4t.com. • Cited by Kristyn Leigh Robinson via ftp April 3, 2003 ; Robinson says,

§ Dramatis Personae Ryan (m), 37, wants out; Announcer (m), any adult age, _____; Mr. Mitchell (m), 40ish _____; Kathy (f), 37, wants out.

§ Synopsis “What would happen if there was a company you could call to terminate those hard-to-end relationships for you? We Need to Talk, Inc. is such a company. Kathy and Ryan, in two separate scenarios, employ the company to get themselves out of their relationship.

§ Comment “The idea is for the play to be staged on a very representational set. This show is slated to premiere at the Chapel Street Playhouse, October, 2003.” Contact Chapel Street Players, P.O. Box 36, Newark, Delaware 19715, U.S.A., 302-368-2248, e-mail avenger@UDel.Edu.

§ Themes bad relationship, breaking up, personal service company.

See also Kristyn Leigh Robinson’s

See also Peter James Robinson’s (Australian playwright, actor, 1953-____)
  • "Welcome," a 45-minute social drama in English in 14 scenes, set in the living room of a home in Canberra, Australia, Friday evening, 2002, 2m2f

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