Faith and Death in Hollywoodland

Faith and Death in Hollywoodland A Descent in Three Parts by Ken Brady

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Productions (2)
Comedy
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40 - 50 minutes
3 W, 9 M,  (7-15 actors possible: 2-4 W, 5-11 M)
Content Notes: Adult language
Set: A simulated film sound stage with exposed lighting, wiring. On the sound stage is: a mental hospital rec room; a film producer's office; and a film screening room.

Archetypical supernatural figures and Hollywood personalities clash and mingle in this absurd comedy about the inseparable natures of philosophy and entertainment. The characters spiral downwards, from Jesus's first day in a mental ward, through a soul-less producer's encounter with Death, to the personal horrors of Hell itself.

Pricing Information

Min. Performance Fee* $55
Standard Edition $10.99
Stage Manager Edition $24.99

*The per performance fee begins at $55. Your per performance fee will be provided during the ordering process.

Play Details

Archetypical supernatural figures and Hollywood personalities clash and mingle in this absurd comedy about the inseparable natures of philosophy and entertainment. The characters spiral downwards, from Jesus's first day in a mental ward, through a soul-less producer's encounter with Death, to the personal horrors of Hell itself.

  • Comedy
  • |
  • 40 - 50 minutes
  • 3 W, 9 M,  (7-15 actors possible: 2-4 W, 5-11 M)
  • Content Notes: Adult language
  • Set: A simulated film sound stage with exposed lighting, wiring. On the sound stage is: a mental hospital rec room; a film producer's office; and a film screening room.

Production History

FEB 01, 2003 - MAY 01, 2003
Pocket Playhouse, University of Oregon
Eugene, OR United States
Pocket Playhouse, University of Oregon Eugene, OR United States
FEB 01, 1995 - MAY 01, 1995
Blue Door Theatre, Lane Community College
Eugene, OR United States
Blue Door Theatre, Lane Community College Eugene, OR United States
No upcoming productions.
No professional productions.

Awards (1)

Honorable Mention for "Jesus Knocking" as a one-act, League for Innovation in the Community College, 1999