Totey, Jeffrey (American playwright, actor, 19__-____), “Wedding Vows,”
a 4-minute comedy in English, set in _____, 2003,
© 2003 by Jeffrey Totey;
• in Jeffrey Totey’s Wedding Vows (Everett, Washington, U.S.A.: The Author, 2003), item 61148;
• script/rights available from Drama Ministry, P.O. Box 681866, Franklin, Tennessee 37068-1866, U.S.A., telephone toll-free 866-859-7622 between 9:00 a.m. and 5 p.m. Central Time weekdays, e-mail through form at http://www.dramaministry.com/contact/contact.asp;
• contact Jeffrey Totey, New Life Center, 6830 Highland Drive, Everett, Washington 98203, U.S.A., telephone 425-355-9330, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.ActsofGod@homestead.com/welcome/html.
_____ (m), groom; _____ (m), _____; _____ (f), bride.
“A bride and groom haggle over the conditions of their wedding vows until it's unclear what their future relationship will bring besides confusion.”—Wedding Wows Summary, http://www.dramaministry.com/scripts_2003/summary_sept_03/summary_61148.htm, accessed June 30, 2006.
“Jeffrey Totey is the director of the Acts of God Drama Team. AOG operates as an outreach ministry—a ‘theatre for the community’—from New Life Center Foursquare Church in Everett, Washington. Jeff has written many short sketches and three full-length plays, one of which was picked as a finalist in the 1998 CITA Playwriting Contest. In addition to AOG, Jeffrey has been acting for many years with various drama ministries.”—Playwrights Source Book -- Playwright Bios & Contact Info., http://www.cita.org/playwriting/PlaySourcebook5.htm, accessed January 6, 2003.
marriage, Matthew 19:5, wedding vows.