Lost in Place
5 Short Plays
by Lewis Black

Productions (2)
  • Dark Comedy
  • 90 - 100 minutes
  • 2 f, 2 m (3-11 actors possible: 1-4 f, 2-7 m)
  • Content Notes: Adult language and content.
  • Set: Flexible set suggesting various locations.
  • Standard Edition ISBN: 978-1-68069-034-7

Lost in Place
5 Short Plays
by Lewis Black

(3)
Productions (2)
  • Dark Comedy
  • 90 - 100 minutes
  • 2 f, 2 m (3-11 actors possible: 1-4 f, 2-7 m)
  • Content Notes: Adult language and content.
  • Set: Flexible set suggesting various locations.

Famed comedian Lewis Black weaponizes absurdity in this collection of darkly exuberant plays. A drifter and a hitchhiker are pursued down a shifting highway by a mirage on roller skates in Crossing the Crab Nebula; an actress and her lowlife agent husband desperately sell the Hollywood dream to each other in LA Freewheeling; an outrageously monstrous pair of executives negotiate The Deal; three middle-aged city-dwellers smoke enough pot that they start questioning if the seventies even happened in In Between Songs; and a woman sinking into madness becomes tangled in a strangely familiar story in Dottie's Home. Read More

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Famed comedian Lewis Black weaponizes absurdity in this collection of darkly exuberant plays. A drifter and a hitchhiker are pursued down a shifting highway by a mirage on roller skates in Crossing the Crab Nebula; an actress and her lowlife agent husband desperately sell the Hollywood dream to each other in LA Freewheeling; an outrageously monstrous pair of executives negotiate The Deal; three middle-aged city-dwellers smoke enough pot that they start questioning if the seventies even happened in In Between Songs; and a woman sinking into madness becomes tangled in a strangely familiar story in Dottie's Home.

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  • Crossing the Crab Nebula
  • LA Freewheeling
  • The Deal
  • In Between Songs
  • Dottie's Home

    • Dark Comedy
    • 90 - 100 minutes
    • 2 f, 2 m (3-11 actors possible: 1-4 f, 2-7 m)
    • Content Notes: Adult language and content.
    • Set: Flexible set suggesting various locations.
    • Standard Edition ISBN: 978-1-68069-034-7
  • Production History

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    SEP 15, 2018 - SEP 15, 2018
    Wenke Productions
    Allegany, NY United States
    Wenke Productions Allegany, NY United States
    MAR 24, 2017 - MAR 26, 2017
    College Avenue Players
    New Brunswick, NJ United States
    College Avenue Players New Brunswick, NJ United States
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    Production Group
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    SEP 15, 2018 - SEP 15, 2018
    Wenke Productions
    Allegany, NY United States
    Wenke Productions Allegany, NY United States
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