Professor Countdown Takes Off
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Bradley, Polly Lewis (American playwright, b. Bradley, Oklahoma, U.S.A., 1932-____), “Professor Countdown Takes Off,”
a __-minute farce in English, in two scenes, set in _______, 1970,
© 1970 by Polly Lewis Bradley
• in Skits, Comedies and Farces for Teen-Agers: A Collection of Humorous One-Act Royalty-Free Plays for All Occasions, compiled by A. S. (Abraham Saul) Burack’s (1908-____) (Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.: Plays, Inc., 1970), ISBN 0823800016;
• script/rights available from Plays, Inc., 8 Arlington Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02116, U.S.A., http://isbndb.com/publisher/plays_inc.html.
_____ (m), science professor; _____ (m), chauffer; _____ (f), _____; _____ (f), _____.
“Chauffer changes places with employer, science professor, and addresses ladies’ luncheon.”—Play Index 1968-1972: An Index to 3,848 Plays, edited by Estelle A. Fidell (New York: The H. W. Wilson Company, 1973), p. 30.
From a collection of twenty-eight skits and one-act plays for amateur drama groups. Includes production notes for each selection.
addresses, chauffeur, employer, luncheon, mistaken identity, professor, role, science.