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A NEW ONE ACT COMEDY
BY JANE LOCKYER WILLIS
'IT'S NOT THE SAME WITHOUT NORMAN'
A great play for the Christmas season
What do Joseph, an upmarket stable and the Christmas Star have in common with a housewife, an errant husband and a friend who can't cook meringues? See what happens when Bethlehem comes to suburbia.
Set in present day England: an ideal one act comedy for Christmas.
Cast: 2 f 2m.Set: Single. Length: Approx. 35 mins.
SYNOPSIS It's the Christmas season and Gillian is missing her errant husband Norman, who has walked out on her without explanation. Prone to fantasies, she transforms her bedroom into a stable, casts her husband as a shepherd, Norman's girlfriend, Linda as a wise woman, and uses Joseph as the arbitrator to oversee this imaginary get-together. Although there are arguments, back stabbings and recriminations the meeting ends with a reconciliation in sight. However, when Gillian's husband unexpectedly telephones the next day, her fantasies set to work once more. The play ends with her grasp on reality being further questioned.
PUBLISHED BY SPOTLIGHT PUBLICATIONS
http://www.spotlightpublications.com/ email: wwpanto@gmail.com Tel: 01383 825 737

October 19, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterJANE LOCKYER WILLIS