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Marvin’s Fetish – Gay drama for two actors

gay drama for two actors

MARVIN’S FETISH – GAY DRAMA FOR TWO ACTORS

For one night you would have yourself a married man. One elegant night he would be yours. Yours to caress, laugh with, divulge your darkest secrets to and indulge in your sweetest fantasies with.
One night. One night only. Marvin had this one night planned out to a T; from the manner in which John would address him and others around them, to what he would wear, Marvin left nothing to be
desired, after all he was paying for the ‘services’ of a flawlessly masculine man; he was paying for the ‘services’ of John.

In this gay drama for two actors, we discover what a burning passion for the popular high school jock has become for old Marvin. But (“but’s” seem to be the norm for these tricky transactions) there was more to it than a payment received when it came to Johns’ M.O. And his M.O. would prove a bit too fabulous for the one night Marvin had prepared.

Marvin’s Fetish achieved finalist status in Tennessee Williams’ prestigious one-act play festival in New Orleans, and has been hailed as one of the most original two-character gay plays that has ever been written and as one of the most clever and unpredictable psychological thrillers of recent times.

 To date, Marvin’s Fetish has enjoyed three performances: The LGBT Center at 208 West 13th Street, New York City, Kairo’s Poety Café at 81 Christopher Street, New York City, and Moonfire (courtesy of Amethyst Nemzoff) at 305 Seventh Avenue, New York City. The last two readings were directed by Alan Baxter and featured DeAngelo Justice (as Marvin Casper) and Mark Parker (as John Corelli).

Read about playwright S.R. Anzalone.

Author: S.R. Anzalone

Genre: Gay drama for two actors, psychological thriller

Type: One act play

Cast: Two men, 2M

Ages of the actors: Thirtyish

Suitable for: PG 13 (subject matter)

Length: Forty five to sixty minutes

Set: Small sofa (room for two) Two arm chairs; coffee table; book shelf; one or two Marilyn Monroe movie posters from either The Seven Year Itch, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes or a large portrait of Marilyn Monroe; One or two posters from any of the following classics: The Wizard of Oz, Citizen Kane, Sunset Boulevard, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.

Level of difficulty: 8/10 – a challenging but fulfilling script that morphs from a light script into a heavier psychological gay thriller as it progresses.

Read a Sample of the script




Cost is $8.00 for this finalist digital play script

Contact Off The Wall Plays with any queries about Marvin’s Fetish

Copyright © August 2016 S.R. Anzalone and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other LGBT plays to peruse:

Love is a Stranger – British one act gay play about forbidden love
Behind the Nets – period drama in which a woman in a small town find’s out her husband’s secret
For Never, not always – comedy where the bride gets dumped at the altar. For the best man!

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Chicken, airbags and wors – South African comedy scripts

south African comedy scripts

CHICKEN, AIRBAGS AND WORS – SOUTH AFRICAN COMEDY SCRIPTS

South African comedy script by popular playwright Ashley Nader. In this transgender comedy script, Shannon has fallen desperately in love with a gay man, who then comes out and then dumps her for a famous gay TV star. Shannon’s best friend is Julie, who desperately wants a sex change operation and hopes her parents will pay for it. Both girls are in for a bit of a disappointment in this South African comedy script.

Other comedies by Ashley Nader. Read about playwright Ashley Nader.

Author: Ashley Nader

Genre: South African comedy scripts

Type: One act play

Cast: 1M (as F) 1F

Ages of the actors: 20’s – 30’s

Suitable for: Adult audience – sexual references and innuendos

Length: 20 minutes

Set: The living room of a normal girl’s apartment

Level of difficulty: 7/10 – an easy conversational script. Keeping a straight face.

Read a Sample of the Script




Cost is $6 for this previously staged digital script

Contact Off The Wall Plays with any queries about Chicken, Airbags and Wors

Copyright © May 2015 Ashley Nader and Off The Wall Play Publishers

Like this play? Other one act comedies in stock:

Love in the time of Tourette’s – one act comedy for 4 actors
Waiting – one act comedy about the battle of the sexes in the queue to go to the loo, 1M 1F
If God ate fried chicken – one act comedy

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