The Gentlemen Callers
Other Plays by Linda C. Thomas
Thomas, Linda C. (aka Linda Collins Thomas, American playwright, actor, director, producer, psychotherapist, singer, 19__-____), “The Gentlemen Callers,”
a __-minute comedy in English, , set in Willow Manor Assisted Living, Rhode Island, U.S.A., 2005,
© 2005 by Linda C. Thomas;
• in Linda C. Thomas’ Love at Willow Manor (North Kingstown, Rhode Island, U.S.A.: The Author, 2005);
• script/rights available from Linda C. Thomas via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or telephone 401-849-2652.
_____ (m), __, a brash, straight-forward gentlemen caller; _____ (m), __, a cerebral, courtly gentlemen caller; _____ (f), __, a strong lonely woman.
“A strong lonely woman takes on the attention of two gentlemen callers. One brash and straight-forward, one cerebral and courtly.
• “A battle of the sexes goes to a new level."
• Winner: New Plays in Progress Festival, Barker Playhouse, Providence, Rhode Island, U.S.A.”—Chrisnter One Act Plays, http://www.playwrightsplace.com/one_acts.html, accessed January 22, 2006.
• Love at Willow Manor contains six one-act plays depicting life, love, family drama, and hi-jinks at an assisted living facility in any town, U.S.A. This play series, which celebrates the older person was selected for inclusion in the archived collection at the Lawrence and Lee Theatre Research Institute at Ohio University. They were entered in the Eileen Heckart Senior Drama Competition 2005, where they were chosen for this honor, http://www.library.osu.edu/sites/tri/abtri/lawrence&lee.—Christner Playwrights Place Screenplays, http://playwrightsplace.com/lindas_plays.htm, accessed September 27, 2008.
• Linda C. Thomas is a member of The Dramatists Guild of America and The International Center for Women Playwrights.
• Research could include other one-acts by Linda C. THomas: “She Ate Me for Breakfast,” A child growing up with a mentally ill parent during WWII. * “Hungry Hearts,” A love-starved home and an eating disorder, interpreted by the poetry of Edna St. Vincent Millay. * “The Story of Prozak” a parody on Chekhov’s “Three Sisters” – A comic fable of the origins of Prozak and how it changed the social and economic landscape of our time. A feminist perspective.—Christner Playwrights Place Screenplays, http://playwrightsplace.com/lindas_plays.htm, accessed November 18, 2006.
• Contact Alan Woods, Director, Lawrence and Lee Theater Research Institute, The Ohio State University, 1430 Lincoln Tower, 1800 Cannon Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43202-1230, U.S.A., telephone 614-292-6614, fax 614-688-8417, cell/mobile 614-329-5689.
courtship, loneliness, visit.