A Couple with a Cat
Connor, Tony (English playwright, poet, 1930-____), “A Couple with a Cat,”
a __-minute comedy in English, set in a lower middle-class living room, probably 1993,
© 1993 by Tony Connor;
• in The Best American Short Plays 1992-1993, the Best American Short Plays Series, edited by Howard Stein and Glenn Young (New York: Applause Theatre Book Publishers, 1993), ISBN 1-55783-166-1, ISBN 1-55783-167-X, ISSN 1062-7561, containing “The Valentine Fairy,” 1m1f; “The Tack Room,” 3m; “Show,” 2m; “Bondage,” 1m1f; “Jolly,” 2m1f; “Aryan Birth,” 1m; “The Cowboy, the Indian and the Fervent Feminist,” 2m1f; or “Dreamers,” 2m;
• script/rights available from Robert Raymond Lindsey, 18 Briar Brae Road, Darion, Connecticut 06820, U.S.A.
_____ (m), __, _____; _____ (m), __, _____; _____ (f), __, _____.
• The final speech by Joe would serve well as an audition monologue.
• “After leaving school at fourteen, Connor worked as a textile designer in Manchester [England]. Since 1971 he has worked as professor of English at Wesleyan University, Connecticut, [U.S.A.]. He lives in Middleton, Connecticut, [U.S.A.] and London, UK. He is a close friend of the English writer Michael de Larrabeiti [firstname.lastname@example.org, or c/o Curtis Brown Ltd., email@example.com].”—Tony Connor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tony_Connor, accessed December 7, 2006.