But This Is Father’s Day
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- More Than Meets The Eye-1f
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Brown, May (American playwright, ____-____), “But This Is Father’s Day,”
a __-minute comic monologue in English, set in _____, 1972,
© 1972 by May Brown;
• in May Brown’s He Who Laughs—Last: A Collection of Monologues (Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.: Baker’s Plays, 1972);
• script/rights available formerly in the catalog of Baker’s Plays.
_____ (m), __, _____.
“Man tells how he tried to retain use of car but gradually gave it up to demands of wife and teenage daughter.”—Play Index 1968-1972: An Index to 3,848 Plays, edited by Estelle A. Fidell (New York: The H. W. Wilson Company, 1973), p. 35.
adolescence, car, dominance, yielding, demand, family, husband-wife relationship, father-daughter relationship.