Other Plays by Marshaline Letcher
Letcher, Marshaline (American playwright, genealogist, writer, 19__-____), "Blood Pressure,"
a 12-minute comedy in English, set in a doctor's office/living room, weekday from morning to afternoon, 2004,
© 2004 by Marshaline Letcher;
• in Marshaline Letcher’s Blood Pressure (Poughkeepsie, New York, U.S.A.: The Author, 2004);
• script/rights available from Marshaline Letcher, P. O. Box 3112, Poughkeepsie, New York 12603, U.S.A., e-mail MarsLetch@aol.com, telephone (home) 212-920-1705.
• Cited by Marshaline Letcher via ftp October 22, 2005; Letcher says,
Joe Nelson (m), 65, African American, husband of Geraldine; Dr. Herrera (m), 55, medical doctor; Geraldine Nelson (f), 65, African American, wife of Joe.
"Geraldine displays destructive behavior. It has a deadly effect on her. Neither her husband Joe nor Dr. Herrera can get her to change her behavior and save her own life.
• "This one-scene play has enjoyed three public readings in New York City.
• "Marshaline Letcher started writing plays in the mid-1980s. She received a grant in 1984 for her first full-length play, Marcella's Song."
• Research could include Pap Smear at http://www.unitedstages.com.