|Author||HAILS, Christopher - Other Plays by this Author - Contact Author|
|Synopsis||Relationships come in all shapes and emotional sizes and the age gap conjures up some unlikely connotaions. Amanda, in her early sixties, is recovering from a divorce and contemplating a life alone, after Colin moved abroad with Sylvia. To make matters worse her daughter, Maria, has split up with her partner, Robbie, after having an affair with his best friend.
Robbie turns up at Amanda's house with some of Maria's belongings. Both are bitter and express their hopes and fears for the future. After a few meetings they become lovers.
Maria, now living with Steve, is unaware of a new man in her life and pays her a visit with Steve in tow. Amanda and Robbie are in bed.
As Maria tries to face the reality of her mothers new life, Steve begins to realise that if Maria can do it once, she can do it again. |
|Cast||F3 M3 (minimum 6)|
Amanda (60's) Colin (60's) Sylvia (30's) Maria (30's) Robbie (30's) Steve (20's)
|Production||The play has four scenes and their transition should be as seamless as possible. Amanda's character is the mature wife who's been betrayed and is reluctant to start another relationship with a man half her age. Maria is the devious bitch who takes after her father and uses men as playthings. Robbie genuinely sees his relationship with Amanda lasting. Steve learns the truth about Maria and contemplates a quick exit. out of her life.|
|Status||Available for performance|
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|REVERSED RELATIONSHIPS.doc||Sat, 8th Sep 2007||Full Script||Available to print: £0.00||Download here|
|Available on ScriptCircle: (for other licences please contact the Author)|
|Amateur Performance||Up to 600 seats. EEC Countries.||£25.00 per performance|
|Professional Performance||Up to 600 seats. EEC Countries.||£35.00 per performance|
Originally from the North East of England and ex RAF. All but retired and enjoying life in Cyprus. Still writing and acting. Having written over 50 plays over the last eight years, my plays are slowly coming into vogue which is not a bad thing.