Poker and the Declaration of the Rights of Man

Poker and the Declaration of the Rights of Man by Jesse Kellerman

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Productions (5)
comedy
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24 - 28 minutes
1 f, 3 m
Content Notes: Some mild adult language
Set: A living room with a poker table.

Ray, Chuck, and Phil just want to play poker and enjoy their inalienable rights as red-blooded American men. When Phil's wife, Francie, insists on sitting in on a hand, all hell breaks out. Francie's never played before. So why is she beating their pants off? Read More

Pricing Information

Min. Performance Fee* $55
NOTE: This play is part of an anthology called 3m1w.
Standard Edition $10.99
Standard Manager Edition $24.99

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

Play Details

Ray, Chuck, and Phil just want to play poker and enjoy their inalienable rights as red-blooded American men. When Phil's wife, Francie, insists on sitting in on a hand, all hell breaks out. Francie's never played before. So why is she beating their pants off?

(This play can also be performed as part of the full-length play 3m1w.)

  • comedy
  • |
  • 24 - 28 minutes
  • 1 f, 3 m
  • Content Notes: Some mild adult language
  • Set: A living room with a poker table.

Production History

NOV 03, 2011 - NOV 05, 2011
Russell Community Theater
Russell, KS United States
Russell Community Theater Russell, KS United States
NOV 07, 2008 - NOV 08, 2008
University Of Arkansas Community College At Hope
Hope, AR United States
University Of Arkansas Community College At Hope Hope, AR United States
MAR 23, 2007 - MAR 27, 2007
EMBL Theatre Group
Heidelberg, Germany
EMBL Theatre Group Heidelberg, Germany
JAN 01, 2001 - DEC 31, 2001
Underbelly Theater, Edinburgh Festival Fringe
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Underbelly Theater, Edinburgh Festival Fringe Edinburgh, United Kingdom
MAY 11, 2000 - MAY 14, 2000
Harvard College, Adams House Pool Theater
Cambridge, MA United States
Harvard College, Adams House Pool Theater Cambridge, MA United States
No upcoming productions.
No professional productions.

Awards (3)

Showstoppers (2001)

Critic's Choice, The Scotmsan (2001)

Pick of the Fringe (2001)