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The Faun – a drama play about Michelangelo

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In this drama play about Michelangelo, the young Michelangelo, who is a bit of an unwashed misfit, is given one month to make progress at his art school, or his father will remove him from the school and make him an apprentice at the wool guild. Michelangelo is desperate to remain at the school and so he begins to carve discarded pieces of marble in secret. When the ruler of Florence, Lorenzo de Medici takes an interest in him, he shows him his newest acquisition, a carved statue of a faun. Michelangelo discovers that he can hear the faun, who inspires him to create a great statue out of the marble, which changes his life forever.

Read more about playwright Gilbert Sarabia.

Author: Gilbert Sarabia

Genre: Alternative historical drama

Type: Full length two-act drama play

Length: 100 minutes, one hundred minutes

Number of Actors:Twenty one, 21, 13M, 8F

Ages of actors: Teens to elderly

Suitable For: All ages

Level of Difficulty: 7/10 – bringing the characters to life

Set: There are three basic scenes – one, the sculpture garden; two – the dining room in Michelangelo’s home and three – Lorenzo’s study.

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Cost is $5.50 for this new play

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Pigeons – a two-act drama about a potential millionaire

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“Pigeons” is a two-act drama about a man named Lester, in his thirties, who is about to inherit a fortune left to him by his dead grandmother on the condition  that he is married before he is thirty five years old. Unfortunately, Lester is a recluse who dropped out of high school in his senior year after failing a course in English. He is completely obsessed with breeding a champion homing pigeon. He spends the better part of his days on the roof of his Philadelphia home with his pigeons.  Lester is supported by his sister, Sistine, a Catholic nun who supports him by bringing food everyday as otherwise he just wouldn’t cope.
Sistine decides to take the matter of Lester being married into her own hands. She brings home a single young woman who works as a clerk at the convent.

Lester has a problem in that he hasn’t kissed a female for years. We learn as the play progresses what caused this trauma in Lester’s life. The young woman’s mission is directed with the nun’s encouragement to get Lester over his phobia and become his wife.

The two-act drama play gets convoluted when a boyhood friend of Lester and his sister arrive in the second act. As the play progresses, we learn the Machiavellian reasons for the nun’s motivations.

“Pigeons,” was professionally produced at the “New World Theater” in Miami Beach a few years ago. It was also produced at several theaters in Baltimore/Annapolis as well as several dinner theaters.


Performers At Work, ME, USA – 2020


Author: Lee Dorsey

Genre: Drama

Type:  Two (2) act play

Characters:  2M, 2F

Ages of actors: Late twenties to early forties

Length of play:  100 minutes

Suitable for: PG rated (sexual language and nuances)

Set:Moderate – there are two adjoining rooms – a lounge – dining room and next to that a small kitchen with a sink and gas stove.

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Cost is $8

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This play is fully protected under the copyright laws of the United States of America, the British Empire, including the Dominion of Canada and all other countries of the Copyright Union and is subject to a royalty. All rights, including professional, amateur, motion pictures, recitation, public reading, radio broadcasting, television, and the rights of translation into foreign languages are strictly reserved.

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