À La King
Other Plays by A. Zell Williams
Williams, A. Zell (American playwright, actor, director, 19__-____), “À La King,”
a __-minute _____ in English, set in _____, _____,
© ____ by A. Zell Williams;
• in A. Zell Williams’ À La King (Spiritwood, Saskatchewan, Canada: One Act Play Depot, _____), 43 pp., ISBN 1894910575;
• 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;
• contact playwright via e-mail email@example.com.
Steadfast Edmonds (m), __, a painter; _____ (m), __, _____; _____ (m), __, _____; _____ (f), __, _____.
“After breaking up with his college sweetheart, painter Steadfast Edmonds prepares her one last meal to remember him by. But as the evening progresses, what starts as a dinner turns into a debate over art, music, monogamy, and interracial dating.”—A La King by A. Zell Williams @ One Act Play Depot, http://oneactplays.net/alaking.html, accessed June 7, 2008.
• A comical and raucous evening, by the end of the night one thing is clear; we all need a muse.”—A La King by A. Zell Williams @ One Act Play Depot.
• “Award-winning actor and writer A. Zell Williams was born and raised in the Central Valley, the heart of California [U.S.A.]. He holds a certification in acting and a B.A. in Theatre Arts from Santa Clara University [California, U.S.A.]. Zell is an avid enthusiast of Minority Theatre. He is the founder of Dark Physix Productions, a collective of artist whose goal is the performance and creation of new works. He is currently writing and performing in the San Francisco Bay Area.”—A. Zell Williams - One Act Play Depot, http://oneactplays.net/williams.html, accessed June 7, 2008.
• “A. Zell Williams was born and raised in the Central Valley, the heart of California. He holds a certification in acting from Delta College in Stockton [California, U.S.A.] and a B.A. in Theatre Arts from Santa Clara University [California, U.S.A.]. With extensive training in acting, screen and playwriting, and directing, Williams is a triple-treat of innovation. In his short time in the Bay Area, he has performed in August Wilson’s Seven Guitars (City Lights Theatre Co.) alongside Aldo Billingslea and Lonnie Ford, and Breast Entanglements. He assisted directed David Edgar’s Pentecost (Santa Clara University) and directed the new work Some Restrictions Apply. He has trained with playwrights Brain Thorstenson (Summerland, Heading South) Carlos Manuel (Proper Techniques, Esno White), and screenwriter Ron Hansen (The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford.) Zell is a student and avid enthusiast of Minority Theatre. He is the founder of Dark Physix Productions, a collective of artist[s] whose goal is the performance and creation of new works.”—A. Zell Williams - Artsopolis.com, http://www.artsopolis.com/profile/detail/670, accessed June 7, 2008.
• “A. Zell Williams was chosen as one of only two recipients for the African-American Fellowship by Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago. The two-year fellowships are awarded based on the candidates’ academic accomplishments, demonstrated potential for leadership, and commitment to a career in arts administration. Zell will be working with Steppenwolf’s General Manager David Schmitz.”—Santa Clara Magazine - Undergraduate Alumni, http://www.scu.edu/scm/winter2007/undergradcn.cfm, accessed June 7, 2008.
art, food, interracial dating, monogamy, music.