Anniversaries – two act comedy about a failing hotel

two act comedy

ANNIVERSARIES – TWO ACT COMEDY ABOUT A FAILING HOTEL

Diane Culthorpe, the reputable and ‘motherly’ proprietor of a clifftop hotel in Italy is about to celebrate her thirtieth anniversary as the owner of the hotel. Sadly, she has been far from financially astute and the bank is about to foreclose on the mortgage.

Alan Barron, a novelist and author of the trilogy, Anniversaries, has been a guest at the hotel for twenty five years and might also be celebrating his twenty fifth wedding anniversary, had his wife not left him during the first week of their honeymoon.

Reg Moss and his colleague Elaine, property investment executives, arrive at the hotel with an ulterior motive – to ascertain whether it would be in their employer’s interests to purchase the hotel to develop it as a casino.

Will the executives be exposed and will the hotel be saved in the end in this two act comedy? Read about playwright Keith Passmore. Other comedies by Keith.

Author: Keith Passmore

Genre: Comedy

Type: Two act comedy

Length: 1.5 hours, 90 minutes

Cast: 7M 4F

Ages of the actors: All adult, young to older

Suitable for: PG 12 – language

Set: A patio and balcony area at a hotel on the Amalfi Coast in Italy. There are white patio chairs, tables and a few folded umbrellas on stands. There are also potted palms and climbing plants. UL is a balustrade to the balcony.

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – character driven play.

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Copyright © August 2015 Keith Passmore and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other similar plays:

Early Liberty – drama about a hotel, and the intricacies of the relationships between the characters
Try Psychology – melodramatic comedy about ‘The Castle Inn’, badly in debt and with terrible food
Joined at the hip – South Africa comedy about a pair of Siamese twins and their boyfriends staying over at a very conservative hotel.

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