Longwood University "0 to 60"
Ten-Minute Play Contest Winners 2012
One collection of four
and one collection of three plays.
A Few Good PB & Js
by Jeremy Kehoe Laura Moore has reached the end of her sandwich-making
rope. Fresh off another sub-par sexual session with her softening
husband, and facing the prospect of another coupon-clipping, dream-stopping
day, Laura's crust-cutting morning routine quickly boils into a cross-examination
with her snotty son, Jacob, who thinks he's entitled to some tuna!
Well, Laura knows that deep down in places he doesn't like to talk about
in gym class locker rooms Jacob can't handle the tuna!
by Cary Pepper In a remote monastery, three monks try to help
a young disciple find The Answer. Will it be found by doing 1,000
deep knee-bends every morning? Reciting the vanilla tapioca mantra?
Meditating with one’s feet in flowing water? Or does it lie in the
most unlikely of places?
The Sum of Your Experience
by Trace Crawford While trying to get home one night, a man
is robbed at gunpoint by an eerie stranger who demands not money, but instead,
his memories. As the man recounts events from his life, he slowly loses
his personality and the thief gains it. All of us are, after all, the sum
of our experiences.
by Joshua Michael French Any normal day, today…let’s say a
Tuesday. A flight attendant gets called into work on her day off,
a business man pulls an overnighter to finish his case load, and a paramedic
tries effortlessly to get his seat back on the fire truck. Just a
normal Tuesday morning… and then a plane is hijacked. Just a normal
day, with normal lives, and in 47 minutes, everyone’s world will collide.
Japanese Schoolgirl Night
by James McLindon Jello shots, heartbreak, and Japanese Schoolgirl
Night are all on tap at the local townie bar that lies just outside the
gates of the prestigious women’s college. What could possibly go
A Simile by Robert
B. Boulrice Daddy, a big time editor for a fancy New York magazine,
offers a wager to his collegiate daughter and her most creative classmate,
in order that they may attain their hip hop dreams as they improve their
Three Women Laugh (with salads) by
Laura Nessler You've seen their pictures in grocery stores,
commercials and billboards. They're the happiest women that seem to be
everywhere: all laughing, all eating salads. But what if their eyes could
tear away from that fascinating cucumber for a second to examine us? Fantasy
and reality collide in the produce section with these pictures' subversive
plea for sanity.
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Catalog Number #LONG12
Volume 1 only
ISBN number 9781926849188
Volume 2 only
ISBN number 9781926849195