Other Plays by Sandra K. Hosking
- Blanket Primary-1m2f
- Fast Track-The-2m2f
- Fortunes Fool-1m1f
- Glabrous Four-The-3m1f
- Jacobs Shoe-1m3f
- Jessicas Last Day-2m2f
- Naming Of Things-The
- Object Lesson-2m1f
- Romeo And Juliet Part II-2m1f
- Sexy Greenspan-2m2f
- Skeptic The-1m1f
- Twilight Nutcracker-1m3f
- Wake Up Call-2f
- Whats Mine Is Mine-1m1f
Hosking, Sandra K. (aka Sandra Kay Hosking, American playwright, teacher, journalist, May 8, 1969-____), “Sexy Greenspan,”
a 30-minute comedy in English, set a company lunchroom, lunchtime, early 1997,
© 2003 by Sandra K. Hosking;
• in Sandra K. Hosking’s Sexy Greenspan (Newman Lake, Washington, U.S.A.: The Author, 2003;
• script/rights available from Sandra K. Hosking, 5819 North Vincent Road, Newman Lake, Washington 99025, U.S.A., telephone (home) 509-953-9928, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.geocities.com/sandykayz..
• Cited by Sandra K. Hosking via ftp September 4, 2003; Hosking says,
Chaz (m), 25+, smart and sassy, in the middle of a fight with his significant other; Barry (m), 30+, Chaz’s partner; Gates (f), 25+, plain looking, has a crush on Federal Reserve Chairman, Alan Greenspan; Tiffany (f), 18+, flashy and good looking, kind of an airhead, has a crush on her boss.
“Three friends eat lunch in the company lunchroom and discuss what’s hot and what’s not and give each other advice on their respective relationships (or obsessions as the case may be).
• “One interior set. No scene changes. Furniture: table and chairs. Props: three lunches, a toothpick, paper and pen.
• Sandra Hosking is director of education at Spokane Civic Theatre, Spokane, Washington, U.S.A., http://www.spokanecivictheatre.com, where she also has stage managed and acted in many productions. She is a reporter at the Journal of Business newspaper, in Spokane, http://www.spokanejournal.com/index.php?id=staff.
• “Alan Greenspan (born March 6, 1926) is an American economist and was Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve of the United States from 1987 to 2006. Following his retirement as Fed chairman, he accepted an honorary (unpaid) position at HM Treasury in the United Kingdom. First appointed Fed chairman by President Ronald Reagan in August 1987, he was reappointed at successive four-year intervals until retiring on January 31, 2006, at which time he relinquished the chairmanship to Ben Bernanke. Greenspan was lauded for his handling of the Black Monday stock market crash that occurred very shortly after he first became chairman, as well as for his stewardship of the Internet-driven, "dot-com" economic boom of the 1990s. However, this expansion culminated in a stock market bubble burst in March 2000 followed by a recession in 2001–2002. From 2001 until his retirement, he was increasingly criticized for some statements seen as overstepping the Fed's traditional purview of monetary policy, and others viewed as overly supportive of the policies of President George W. Bush, as well as for policies seen as leading to a housing bubble. Greenspan was nonetheless still generally considered during that time to be the leading authority on American domestic economic and monetary policy, and his active influence continues to this day”—Alan Greenspan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alan_Greenspan, accessed February 15, 2007.
beauty in the eye of the beholder, friendship, Greenspan (Alan Greenspan, 1926-____), lunch, relationships.