Lavine, David (American playwright, 1971-____),
“Smugglers Three,” a 30-minute comedy in English, set in any city, U.S.A., 2000,
© 1999 by David Lavine;
• in David Lavine’s 4 Plays by David Lavine (Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.: Original Works Publishing, 1999);
• script/rights available from David Lavine, Original Works Publishing - Dedicated to bold and original plays, http://www.originalworksonline.com/.
Cliff (m), 20-35, _____; Pablo (m), 20-35, _____; Kiki (f), 20-35.
“Kiki, Cliff, and Pablo have passports, pills and a plan. Not to mention a 200 pound one-legged Vietnam vet restrained in the bathroom.”—Original Works Publishing - Dedicated to bold and original plays, http://www.originalworksonline.com/, accessed October 2, 2006.
• “David Lavine has had over two dozen stage productions in New York and regionally since 1995 (CA, NJ, PA, OH, FL). His full-length and short plays have been produced at such venues as Fleetwood Stage, Intar, Chashama, Little Fish Theatre Company, Actors Workout Studio, Kimball Studio Theatre, and both the New York and Columbus Fringe Festivals. Ric Shoemaker’s production of Lavine’s ‘Smugglers Three’ in the 2005 Columbus Fringe Festival earned The Other Paper’s Heidi Award for Best Original Short. A collection of one-acts, 4 Plays by David Lavine, is published by Original Works, and monologues from two of his plays are included in Smith and Kraus’s The Ultimate Audition Book, Vol. 4: 222 Comedy Monologues 2 Minutes & Under. Lavine is also a screenwriter. His feature-length script, The Unconjoined earned Quarterfinalist status in Scriptapalooza’s 2004 screenwriting competition, and is currently in development with independent producer Eugenio De Caprio. An adaptation of a novel by a prominent contemporary author is in development with filmmaker Cyril Guyot. A second adaptation of a work by a Nobel Prize-winning playwright is currently securing financing.”—David Lavine, via e-mail October 7, 2006.
• Additional source: monologue included in Smith and Kraus’s The Ultimate Audition Book, Vol. 4: 222 Comedy Monologues 2 Minutes & Under.
• Ric Shoemaker’s production of “Smugglers Three” in the 2005 Columbus Fringe Festival earned The Other Paper’s Heidi Award for Best Original Short.
• Page mounted October 2, 2006, updated October 9, 2006, September 2, 2009, by the site Webmaster.
handicap, passports, pills, plan, restraint, smuggling, Vietnam vet.