Other Plays by Christine Emmert
Emmert, Christine (American playwright, 1943-____), “Vultures,”
a 40-minute black comedy in English, set in a New York City apartment building, 2002,
© 2002 by Christine Emmert;
• in Christine Emmert’s Vultures (Spiritwood, Saskatchewan, Canada: One Act Play Depot, 2002), 29 pp., ISBN 1894910168;
• script/rights available from One Act Play Depot, Box 335, Spiritwood, Saskatchewan S0J 2M0, Canada, telephone (home) 306-883-3130, fax 775-249-8151, http://oneactplays.net, e-mail email@example.com.
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• Cited by One Act Play Depot via ftp July 9, 2002; One Act Play Depot says,
Simon (m), a theater critic, husband of Penelope; Jason (m), a young man who is passionately an actor; Penelope (f), 44, formerly an actress.
Simon and Penelope, critic and actress, husband and wife, have returned from an evening of theater. As Simon composes his review, a disgruntled wife and an even more disgruntled actor threaten to ruin his evening. The wife wants to kill herself, and the actor wants to kill Simon.”—Vultures by Christine Emmert @ One Act Play Depot, http://oneactplays.net/vultures.html, accessed May 27, 2008.
• “One scene, minimal properties. No special requirements.”
• “Christine Emmert took Shakespeare's image of the world as a stage into her heart at an early age. In her ever-lengthening life she has been an actress, playwright, producer, director, and educator in the realm of theater. Her plays cover historical to hysterical. Her acting has been in every genre. Her drug of choice is performance. Her own or the work of others. Ms. Emmert has been a winner of the Rocky Mountain Theater Association Playwrighting Award, an invited participant in the Colorado Women's Playwrighting Festival, and ever-expanding, she is a published poet, children's book authoress, and critic herself.”—Christine Emmert - One Act Play Depot, http://oneactplays.net/emmert.html, accessed May 27, 2008.
Page mounted July 11, 2002, updated November 24, 2008, by the Webmaster.
actors, Hedda Gabler (heroine in play Hedda Gabler, 1890, by Henrik Ibsen, Norwegian playwright, 1828-1906), murder, suicide, theater critic.