|Author||ROHAN VARGAS, Fred - Other Plays by this Author - Contact Author|
|Synopsis||A 10 minute one act that takes place in a Japanese restaurant in the borough of Queens. Anthony is a corporate executive who comes to find out, to his dismay, that authenticity is nothing more than a thing of the past in this borough of New York City’s diverse community.|
|Cast||3M, 3F (minimum 6)|
Anthony – Mid to late thirties, a little high strung, very confident of himself, corporate executive.
Marsha – mid to late twenties, very attractive, sophisticatedly well dressed and well mannered, transvestite.
Matre’D – South Asian in appearance, female.
Waiter – Hispanic looking male or female.
Chef – Hispanic looking male.
Luther – friend of Marsha’s, similar age, gay male
|Production||Simple set with 3 dining tables and chairs. Props: dishes, sliced fried plantains, assimilated Sushi etc., things that would be reflective of a Japanese restaurant |
|Status||Available for performance|
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|Tossed Salad.rtf||Tue, 21st Aug 2007||Sample of first 4 pages of 8||Available to print: £0.00||Download here|
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|Professional Performance||Up to 600 seats. EEC Countries.||£10.00 per performance|
|Fred Rohan Vargas|
Fred Rohan Vargas is the author of several full lengths, one acts and children’s plays that have been produced throughout the country. He holds a MFA in dramatic writing from New York University. Prior to receiving a fellowship for graduate school, Fred began his theatre career by starting a dance theatre company for youths that saw his fifty young performers appearing at such venues as Lincoln Center's Alice Tully Hall, Pittsburgh’s Performing Arts Center and Cami Hall with great jazz artists, Dizzy Gillespie and Horace Silver. Fred later became a radio announcer for WSTA in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands, where he was encouraged and mentored by the late Pulitzer Prize winning playwright and screenwriter John Patrick (Three Coins in the Fountain) to become a playwright. Following his suggestion, Fred produced his first play, Why De Donkey So Stubborn and truly discovered his love for theatre.
For several years Fred has been a resident playwright for Harbor Theatre, Stageplays Theatre Company, Third Step Theatre and Artist in Search of Theatre. He has received a grant by the New York State Council on the Arts Theatre Commissions along with other awards and is the author of two published plays, CRYSTAL (JAC Publishing and Promotions) and ANYTHING BUT BLACK (The Best Plays FromThe Strawberry One Act Festival). He has been listed in several editions of John Willis’s Theatre World and Songwriter’s Market.
Fred is also a promising songwriter receiving “Honorable Mention Awards” by The Billboard World Songwriters’ Contest, John Lennon Songwriting Contest, Great American Song Contest and Unisong International Songwriting Contest. He has had the pleasure to record with a winning guitarist of 24 Grammy awards, Carmine D’Amico. He has served on the theatre/dance grant's panel for the Queens Council on the Arts, the panel of judges for the Daytime Emmy Awards (sponsored by The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences) and the Board of Directors of the New York Children's Theatre. He is a member of The Dramatists Guild of America and American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)