When God Comes for Breakfast, You Don’t Burn the Toast
Apple, Gary (American playwright, 19__-____), “When God Comes for Breakfast, You Don’t Burn the Toast,"
a __-minute comedy in English, set in a combination living room and kitchen, U.S.A., evening, and 8:50 a.m. the next morning, 1978,
© 1978 by Gary Apple;
• in Gary Apple’s When God Comes for Breakfast, You Don’t Burn the Toast (Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.: Baker’s Plays, _____);
• script/rights available from Baker’s Plays, 100 Chauncy Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02111-1783, 617-482-1280, fax 617-482-7613, http://www.bakersplays.com; Western Representative, Samuel French, Inc., 45 West 25th Street—Department W, New York, New York 10010, U.S.A., telephone 212-206-8990, fax 212-206-1429; Samuel French, Inc., 7623 Sunset Boulevard.—Department W, Hollywood, CA 90046, U.S.A., telephone 323-876-0570, fax 323-876-6822, http://www.samuelfrench.com/, e-mail email@example.com; Samuel French, Ltd., 52 Fitzroy Street—Department W, London W1P 6JR, England, telephone 44171-387-9373, fax 44171-387-2161; Samuel French (Canada) Ltd., 100 Lombard Street—Department W, Toronto, Ontario M5C 1M3, Canada, telephone 416-363-3536, fax 416-363-1108; Australia Representative, The Dominie Group, 8 Cross Street, Brookvale, New South Wales 2100, Australia; South African Representative, D. A. L. R. O., P. O. Box 31627, 2017 Johannesburg, South Africa, SF 25669.
• contact Gary Apple via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Harry Katzman (m), _______; _____ (m), the Almighty; Bernice Katzman (f), _______.
"What do you do when ‘the Almighty’ drops over for a casual breakfast? Harry and Bernice Katzman are faced with such a situation.
• “’It is a play wherein the commonplace and the totally bizarre come together in a flurry of humor and excitement. The end product is an intriguing and entertaining theatrical experience . . . ." — Baker’s Plays One Act Play scripts, http://bakersplays.com/oneact.htm, accessed July 17, 2001.
• Floor plan of scene design by Leslie DePhillips is in Samuel French edition.
• “Gary is a comedy writer who's written for a long list of prime time sitcoms -- all flops. If you're wondering why Reality TV is so popular, look no further than Gary's resume. Gary did write one episode of The Simpsons, which he manages to mention five or six times a day. Ask Gary to pass the sugar, and he'll say something like, "You know, Homer passed the sugar to Bart in my Simpsons episode." It's kind of annoying. Gary writes all the product descriptions that you read on Stupid.com. In fact, he designs the web pages and creates the graphics, too. He even wrote this bio you're reading, pretending someone else did it. It's pathetic. If you happen to be a TV producer looking for a writer, check out his interactive resume . . . ."—Meet Stupid.com's Gary Apple, http://www.garyapple.com/, accessed August 21, 2007.
• Photograph from http://www.garyapple.com/, accessed August 21, 2007.
• Page mounted August 21, 2007, and updated March 2, 2011, by the site Webmaster.
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