Boylan, Martin (Irish playwright, ____-____), “Games,”
a __-minute comedy in English, set in _____, Ireland, _____,
© ___ by Martin Boylan;
• in Martin Boylan’s Games (Dublin, Ireland: The Author, ____);
• script/rights available from the playwright, c/o Irish Writers’ Centre, 19 Parnell Square, Dublin 1, Ireland, telephone +35318721302, fax +35318726282, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
_____ (m), __, a dodgy solicitor; _____ (m), __, solicitor’s client; _____ (f), __, an estranged wife.
“A dodgy solicitor tries to put one over on the estranged wife of one of his clients with unexpected results.”—Register of Plays, http://www.iol.ie/~iwc/sipreg.html#author4, accessed July 30, 2008.
• Runner up in Irish Stage and Screen one act play competition.
• “Martin Boylan was born in Belfast and educated at Queen’s University. He started writing in Canada and had some short stories broadcast on CBC. Four of his stage plays have been produced – 'Mick and Ed' (The Abbey Theatre), 'Thompsons' (The Abbey Theatre), 'Georgina' (The United Arts Club) and 'The Making of Father Sullivan' (Anglo-Irish Theatre, Tubingen, Germany). The latter play received the O Z Whitehead award for playwrighting. Martin has had some twenty radio plays broadcast by RTE, the BBC and Channel 4 radio – inclusive of a comedy series. He also has a screenplay credit, 'Thompsons', for RTE. He lives in Dublin with his wife, Catherine, and his daughters Emily and Yvonne. 'The Jealous God' is his first published novel..”—Martin Boylan, http://www.onlineoriginals.com/showitem.asp?itemID=345, accessed July 30, 2008.
family, fraud, law.