Other Plays by Patrick M. Brennan
Brennan, Patrick M. (American playwright, software engineer, 1963-____), “Taking Liberties,”
a __-minute comedy science fiction monologue in English, set in _____, 2000,
© 2000 by Patrick M. Brennan;
• in Patrick M. Brennan’s Taking Liberties (Maynard, Massachusetts, U.S.A.: The Author, 2000);
• script/rights available from Patrick M. Brennan, 1-2 Appleridge Road, Maynard, Massachusetts 01754, U.S.A., http://www.pbrennan.net;
Middle-Aged Man (m), 45, government technician in a lab coat.
“The government can't actually force you to have the thing implanted in your brain. They will do their best to talk you into it, though.”—Writings by Patrick M Brennan, http://www.pbrennan.net/writings/index.html, August 16, 2008.
• “Patrick M Brennan is a playwright trapped inside the body of a computer programmer. He has written many short plays which have been performed in and around Boston, New York, and around the world. His short play ‘Get Out Of My American Way’ was performed at the 2002 Boston Theater Marathon and was subsequently published by Baker's Plays. He is also the author of three full-length plays, including First Person Shooter, which won the Best Plays 2000 competition at Stageplays.com, was published by the Internet Theatre Bookshop in 2001, and has had several productions around the world. Patrick is President and webmaster of Playwrights’ Platform.”—JAC Publishing & Promotions Description Page, http://www.jacneed.com/JAC/One-Acts/Brennan_Simbiotic.htmaccessed August 10, 2008.
• "Taking Liberties" had its first public performance in April 1987, at Worcester Polytechnic Institute’s New Voices 5 Theatre Festival in Worcester, Massachusetts, U.S.A., Susan Vick, director, with Dave Fraioli as Middle-Aged Man. "Taking Liberties" (v3.1) had its second public performance on February 21, 2002, at the Acme Theater, Productions New Works Winter Festival, in Maynard, Massachusetts, U.S.A., Thelonius Griffin, director, with Larry Loveridge as Middle-Aged Man. "Taking Liberties" (v3.3) had its third public performance on July 18,19, and 20, 2002, at the Hovey Summer Shorts Festival in Waltham, Massachusetts, U.S.A., Sarah Powell as director, Patrick M Brennan as Middle-Aged Man.
brain implant, government.