|Author||MCGLYNN, Ian - Other Plays by this Author - Contact Author|
|Synopsis||How do you make a relationship work when one of you is never there? How do you cope when you really like your boss? How do you control your arachnophobia when there are spiders everywhere? And how do you overcome the basic fear of living your life?
presenteeism [prez.un.TEE.iz.um] n. The feeling that one must show up for work even if one is too sick, stressed, or distracted to be productive; the feeling that one needs to work extra hours even if one has no extra work to do. Even if it makes you neglect your wife and threatens to wreck your marriage. And makes you lose all rational perspective. And maybe even destroys your life.|
|Cast||3M, 2F (minimum 5)|
|Production||Multi scene, but written for minimal style.|
|Status||Available for performance|
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Ian McGlynn studied theatre at Warwick University and Mountview Theatre School, before going on to act and direct professionally.
Reunion and Presence were both performed at The Rondo Theatre. His latest play, An Act of Twisting, was performed at the King's Head, Islington in May 2007.
He is currently Theatre Director of The Rondo Theatre in Bath.