Other Plays by Janet S. Tiger
Tiger, Janet S. (aka Janet T. Schechter Tiger, American playwright, writer, 1955-____), “Blood,”
a __-minute dramatic monolog excerpt in English, set in _____, 2005,
© 2005 by Janet T. Schechter Tiger;
• in Janet S. Tiger’s Transfusion (San Diego, California, U.S.A.: The Author, 2005);
• script/rights available from Janet S. Tiger, 4489 Bertha Street, San Diego, California 92117, U.S.A., e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, telephone (home) 858-274-9678, (fax) call to fax.
• Cited by Janet S. Tiger via One-Act Plays by Janet S. Tiger, http://playsbyjanetstiger.com/Page1.html, accessed, November 13, 2005; Tiger says,
_____ (m), father.
A man tries to deal with a transfusion from his son—a transfusion that has given him AIDS.
• This piece has been successful in both state and national competitions.
• “Janet S. Tiger’s award winning plays have been produced internationally from New York to New Zealand and are in popular anthologies in the United States and Canada. She received her BA in Comparative Literature from San Diego State University in 1973 and has worked as a scriptwriter in Hollywood. She is now living in San Diego with her husband and children. Her current commission involves a play and a one-act about an amazing woman who survived WWII Poland, fought in the Warsaw Ghetto and escaped a Nazi death camp. This work will be available by early 2006. Janet S. Tiger's latest commission was to put onto paper - and stage - the life story of Renny Grynblatt, a survivor of World War II Poland. This amazing lady fought in the Warsaw ghetto Uprising and made a daring escape from a Nazi death camp. The unique side of this will be that Renny's story will be ready in book form by early December, 2005 - and a one-woman one-act of her life will be broadcast on the Internet, hopefully ready by April, 2006.”—One-Act Plays by Janet S. Tiger, http://playsbyjanetstiger.com/Page1.html, accessed November 13, 2005.
AIDS, excerpt, family, father-son relationship, transfusion.