Pitts, Pitts, Potts & Pratt
Other Plays by Bill Gibson
Gibson, Bill (American playwright, actor, salesman, b. Algiers, Louisiana, U.S.A., November 2, 1942-____), “Pitts, Pitts, Potts & Pratt,”
a 10-minute comedy in English, set in reception area of a manufacturing company, morning, winter, 1995,
© 1995 by Bill Gibson;
• in Bill Gibson’s Pitts, Pitts, Potts & Pratt (Alpharetta, Georgia, U.S.A.: The Author, 1995);
• script/rights available from Bill Gibson, 10890 South Kimball Bridge Crossing, Alpharetta, Georgia, U.S.A., e-mail
firstname.lastname@example.org, telephone (home) 770-569-9073;
• or, contact Bill Gibson, Manager-New Business Development, eCompanyStore, 5945 Cabot Parkway, Building 200, Suite 150, Alpharetta, Georgia 30005, U.S.A., telephone 678-942-3146, fax 678-942-3101, e-mail email@example.com.
• Cited by Bill Gibson via e-mail April 30, 2007; Gibson says,
L. B. Kelley (m), 22, a job applicant; Barton Trent (m), 25, a visitor to Pitts, Pitts, Pott & Pratt; Millie Manley (f), 26, Executive Administrative Assistant to H. Wallace Pitts.
“Conflict . . . develops between two job applicants (Kelly and Trent) and Manley while waiting for a job interview.
cast, left to right: Richard Starcher (playing L.B. Kelly) Charity Pirkle (playing Melissa Manley) and Joel Austin (playing Barton Trent)
—e-mail from Bill Gibson, May 3, 2007
• “Based on Bill Gibson’s experience in corporate America.
• “The play requires a very simple set (a desk and three chairs.)
• “Produced by the Village Writers Group-Atlanta-May-2005.
• “Winner of the 2005 Village Writers Group annual short play award.
• “Produced by Love Creek Productions-New York City-October-1998.
• “This play was also selected for submission to Samuel French.
• “Bill Gibson has written over 20 plays. His play, ‘Pitts, Pitts, Potts And Pratt,’ was a winner of the 2005 Village Writers Group annual short play award. Other productions include: ‘Connections’—a composition of one act plays, at American Theatre of Actors in New York City, ‘Live From The Texas Burning Cathedral Of Christ Our Saviour’ at Theatre Studio in New York City, and ‘Pitts, Pitts, Potts And Pratt,’ ‘You’re No Machiavelli’ and ‘Straight Talk,’ all produced by Love Creek Productions in New York City and ‘The Lord’s Miraculous Storm: The Worst in Amarillo History’ was produced by The Playwrights Repertory Theatre at Theater at Emory [University, August, 2003]. His play ‘Warts’ was the winner of The 2002 Essential Theatre Playwriting Award and was produced by the Essential Theatre as part of its Festival of New American Theatre at PushPush Theatre in 2002. Bill Gibson is a past Managing Director of The Southeast Playwrights Project. He resides in Alpharetta [Georgia, U.S.A.] with his wife, Terrie."
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