Other Plays by Daniel Kent
Kent, Daniel (American playwright, student, 1979-____), “Prisoners,”
a 25-minute an absurdist/minimalist drama in English, set in an unknown Limbo, 1998 but date unimportant,
3m or 3f
© 1998 by Daniel Kent
• script/rights available from Daniel Kent, U.S.A., telephone (home) 904-323-8225.
• Cited by Daniel Kent, via ftp, September 15, 1998;
• in first last’s Prisoners (_____: The Author, ____);
_______ (m or f), a ____________; _______ (m or f), a ________________; _______ (m or f), a mysterious person.
“Two men find themselves together in an unknown place. Their conversation explores the values of religion and the lessons of life. Throughout a mysterious third man appears briefly only to disappear just as fast. In the end, one man discovers a truly valuable bit of knowledge of life that frees him from his past.”
• Cast gender is flexible.
• Page mounted November 13, 1998, and updated June 29, 2001, August 14, 2009, by the site Webmaster.
incognito, liberation, limbo, philosophy, religion.