Thursday, October 20, 2016

Monologue Mania Day #981 A Brief History of Forever by Janet S. Tiger (c) Oct. 20, 2016

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Monologue Mania Day #981 A Brief History of Forever  by Janet S. Tiger (c) Oct. 20,  2016

For those among you who prefer shorter works, this is for you!  Because this piece is specifically designed as a filler between other monologues and one-acts.

                                    A Brief History of Forever
                                             A monologue by Janet S. Tiger   
                                            (c)  2016    all rights reserved
      (Actor enters holding something in hands, slowly opens it)

I said this was going to be ........drumroll please!......a .....brief history of forever......

      (We see now.........a pair of men's jockey shorts....get it? briefs!  The actor exits rapidly to avoid a hailstorm of rotten tomatoes - and so does the writer!)

Janet S. Tiger    858-736-6315      
Member Dramatists Guild since 1983
Swedenborg Hall 2006-8

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