Six One-act Plays
Published by Broadway Play Publishing
BONE THE SPEED - CARWASH - CONRAD ON THE VINE - ETHIOPIA - THE MAN WHO ATE EINSTEIN'S BRAIN - PRECISION MACHINES
Louis Phillips is one the most inventive and imaginative playwrights in the United States:
BONE THE SPEED. A spoof about the ultimate snake-pit: Hollywood. With a nod to David Mamet's SPEED-THE-PLOW, and any number of other works on that subject. Two men, one woman.
CARWASH. A comic surrealistic nightmare when a man's car disappears at the carwash. Two men, one woman.
CONRAD ON THE VINE. Imagine Joseph Conrad alive today and being interviewed on a television talk-show. Three men, one woman.
ETHIOPIA. A totalitarian future where food is so scarce that people pay to watch others eat. Cast: nuclear family (2m/2f) plus a waiter.
THE MAN WHO ATE EINSTEIN'S BRAIN. The title of this play says it all. Two men, one woman.
PRECISION MACHINES. Inanimate objects take on a life of their own. One man, one woman.