Patrick and Lisa's Wedding
Pflaster, Duncan (American playwright, 1973-____), “Patrick and Lisa's Wedding,”
a 20-minute seriocomedy in English, set in an antechamber outside a wedding reception, U.S.A., ____
© 2005 by Duncan Pflaster;
• in Duncan Pflaster’s Patrick and Lisa's Wedding (_____: The Author, 2005);
• script/rights available from firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.duncanpflaster.com.
• Cited by Duncan Pflaster, via e-mail April 8, 2009.
Maggie (f), 30s, A bridesmaid; Heidi (f),30s, A lesbian; Lisa (f), 20s, a bride.
"When Maggie's ex-boyfriend Patrick gets married to an unsuitable younger woman, Maggie gets drafted
against her will as a bridesmaid. When she hides in an antechamber to steal a smoke with her friend
Heidi, she discovers the bride, who's having second thoughts.
• "Produced April 6, 7, and 8, 2009 as part of StageRight Productions' actor's showcase 7-11 at TGB Theater, starring Amy Dannenmueller as Maggie, Mary Fields as Heidi, and Halley Zien as Lisa. Directed by Leslie C. Nemet.
• "'Patrick and Lisa's Wedding' was produced as part of the 12 Angriest Women show, starring Caroline Samaan as Maggie, Tania Jeudy as Heidi, and Tami Gebhardt as Lisa. Directed by Caroline Samaan.
• "The play was part of the Hudson County One-Acts Festival 2008 in September, Produced by The Theater Company at DeBaun Center for the Performing Arts. It was directed by Clara Barton Green, and starred Ashley Gorham Johnson as Heidi, Courtney Kochuba as Lisa, and Francesca Ruiz as Maggie."
• My BroadwayWorld reviews: http://www.broadwayworld.com/author.cfm?authorid=109.
• Page mounted April 8, 2009, by the site Webmaster.
female bonding, marriage.