The Void, with a Chesterfield
Other Plays by Daniel Currie Hall
Hall, Daniel Currie (American playwright, 1976-____), “The Void, with a Chesterfield,”
a 23-minute existential farce in English set in the Void, with a chesterfield,
©1996 by Daniel Currie Hall;
• script/rights available from Daniel Currie Hall, Department of Linguistics, University of Toronto, 130 St. George Street, Toronto, Ontario M5S 3H1, Canada, email@example.com.
• Cited by Daniel Currie Hall, via e-mail, February 13, 1997; Hall says,
Griffin (m), a philosopher; Empty (m), a philosopher; Camille (f), a feminine disruption; Simone (f), a feminine disruption.
“Griffin and Empty, characters in an absurdist tragicomedy, sit in the void and comment wittily about the meaninglessness of their lives. Camille and Simone, who have come to correct the gender imbalance in the play, disrupt their world.
“This play lightheartedly looks at life, love, feminism, and the precise nature of tiaras.”
Page mounted February 13, 1997, updated May 11, 1997, December 14, 1999, December 22, 2008, by the site Webmaster.
absurdism, battle of the sexes, feminism, love, male bonding, meaning, tiara, void.