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    road play
  • Road is the first play written by Jim Cartwright, and was first produced in 1986.





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The Road to Happy Hills: A One-Act Play


The Road to Happy Hills: A One-Act Play



This short (15-20 min.), comic one-act play written by Mary Elizabeth Raines has a cast of two women and one man. Laura, an uptight librarian, hates George, whom she met through an internet dating site, until they begin discussing routes and maps. The dialogue is full of cute sexual innuendo, and is intended for adult audiences.

No costumes or sets are needed beyond a table and three chairs, and movement is minimal. While it is equally funny in large venues, this is the perfect low-budget one-act play for small theaters, clubs, living-room readings and other showcases that have minimal space. It is also suitable for radio.

"The Road to Happy Hills" was premiered by the Fly-by-Night Players. A modest royalty is requested for performances.

This short (15-20 min.), comic one-act play written by Mary Elizabeth Raines has a cast of two women and one man. Laura, an uptight librarian, hates George, whom she met through an internet dating site, until they begin discussing routes and maps. The dialogue is full of cute sexual innuendo, and is intended for adult audiences.

No costumes or sets are needed beyond a table and three chairs, and movement is minimal. While it is equally funny in large venues, this is the perfect low-budget one-act play for small theaters, clubs, living-room readings and other showcases that have minimal space. It is also suitable for radio.

"The Road to Happy Hills" was premiered by the Fly-by-Night Players. A modest royalty is requested for performances.










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Blacky Has A Small Change In The Road to Recovery!!




Blacky Has A Small Change In The Road to Recovery!!





UPDATED AGAIN.... At 4.35pm....16/6/2011...
Another day of Blacky eating , drinking ,talking, peeing ,playing with Champaz , having a 1/4 tablet /per day.. Now he did however eventually do poopies, still slightly runny from the diarrhea still..... So there's been no vommiting what so ever.... Now sadly the coughing came back today , he was coughing in the morning before his tablet and after when he did have the tablet and nothing since then... It's still the deep seal cough and the crackling is there too, but still doesn't go on forever like it used too.. And he still is getting to have some descent sleep through the day.... He had a play with Champaz in the "Cat Tunnels" i brought out when the sun was shinning, but now we are heading for some bad rain starting on Friday.... He is also sneezing too, so is Champaz!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.. So Blacky is out in the lounge room getting warm... So he still has the booked vet appointment on Monday 20th June at 1.20pm..... So i'll see what "Catherine" has to say after she give's him another check-up.. Thanks for your visits to Blacky and for all of your kind comments and helpful advice for my boy... Cheers Michelle , Champaz and Blacky xxxxxxxxx..

Thanks for all the encouraging "get well" comments all of you have been giving me also along the way..... Im still sick but not as much, im drinking heaps of bottled water, still stressed for my boy... But sadly i still cannot sleep i did try truly i did for 1/2 an hour while Blacky was asleep on me while getting cuddles it's hard i know im tired, way tired but i just carn't, so i clean during the night to be with Blacky during the day... I dont understand why i've lost my appetite , but food doesnt interest me at the moment... When Jason does make something i nibble and he takes the rest to work for his lunch the next day... But i will get better i just dont know when at the moment!! Cheers to you all Michelle xxxxxxxx..

ANOTHER UPDATE.... At 8.45pm... 16/6/2011..
After the little play with Champaz , Blacky slept the rest of the afternoon off.... So i went shopping with Jason after 5.30pm tonight to get some stuff.... And when we got back Blacky was still asleep on the lounge.... So i helped Jason cut some chicken up for the home made pizza he was having, and Blacky started to cough really bad.... What's that saying 2steps forward and 1 step back..... He only coughed for a good 5minutes, so i sat on the lounge to help him through the crackling breathing after which lasted another 5 minutes..... So im hopeing that's all the coughing for tonight.... But he;s sneezing alot now he's done it about 6 times since i've been home..... Hey guys do you think myself and Blacky are going to win this battle with everything that hits us full force..... Ok let's see what tomorrow brings , thanks everyone... Michelle Champaz and Blacky xxxxx..











Empty set no.10




Empty set no.10





The great set for Daniel Kitson's "66a Church Road", at the Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh. The play -- a monologue, really -- was about Kitson's irrationally romantic attachment to his old house, and inside most of the suitcases were little dioramas of rooms in the building, which lit up and became visible at various points.

Here's the Herald review:
Star rating ****

It's been two years since Daniel Kitson's last late-night theatre show at the Traverse. That one, C-90, and its predecessor, Stories For The Wobbly Hearted, were heartbreaking compendiums of small people living everyday lives who may or may not meet, fall in love and live happy ever after. 66a Church Road is different in that Kitson is no longer just a narrator doing a Jackanory routine for the lovelorn, but is the show's main character as well.

Subtitled A Lament, Made of Memories and Kept in Suitcases, it's yet another love story, only with the messy, not-quite-right flat in Crystal Palace Kitson lived in for six years. Seated among the said array of suitcases on a homely rug, he maps out a tug of love between himself, his landlord and all the emotional fixtures and fittings in between. Punctuating each scene are recorded vignettes which, unlike the frustrations of the spoken scenes, talk candidly of more intimate encounters there, from the nights in alone and with friends, to an unnamed woman who once shared his bed, but who's long gone now. As these play out, each suitcase lights up in turn to reveal an intricately crafted miniature of a life in storage.

66a Church Road is a step up from Kitson's previous work, closer to his stand-up but without the vitriol that fuels that particular line of work. There's a willingness here to be more vulnerable, and to lay himself bare rather just weave other people's imaginary lives together in some third person off-loading. As he surrounds himself with all the gathered minutiae that defines him, Kitson's personal archive may be messy on every level, but his frankness and the dryness of his delivery is funny and sad in the way a Jarvis Cocker song is. It will be fascinating to see where - and how far - Kitson is prepared to go next.
NEIL COOPER August 13 2008










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The Long Road (Modern Plays)






The program text edition published in conjunction with The Synergy Theatre Project in association with The Forgiveness Project and Soho Theatre.

'Mary wants us to talk about the girl that killed our son. I want to wipe her off the face of the earth'
In the aftermath of Danny's pointless murder, his family struggles to find meaning and forgiveness.
The Long Road evolved out of a period of research with prisoners by Synergy Theatre Project, in collaboration with The Forgiveness Project and award-winning playwright Shelagh Stephenson.
Synergy Theatre Project works through theatre with offenders and ex-offenders towards resettlement and rehabilitation whilst placing the wider issues surrounding imprisonment in the public arena. The Forgiveness Project encourages and empowers people to explore the nature of forgiveness and alternatives to revenge.










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