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Die And Let Live
AuthorHAILS, Christopher - Other Plays by this Author - Contact Author
FormatOne-act.
SynopsisWhen Mark Draper has a headstone delivered to his flat with his name on it, he treats it as a practical joke. When the undertaker rings for a convienient time to pick up his body he does not see the funny side. To make matters worse he has a visit from his great grandparents who were killed in the Second World War. As events unfold, he realizes he is either dead or the joke is wearing a bit thin. When his fiancee arrives with her husband, ( his best mate Brian) something is definitely wrong. He sees them but they can't see him. When the mysterious Rachel makes an appearance, the events of his recently past life finally piece together. Is it all a bad dream, will he wake up, or will he die forever?
InformationAdult ThemesMild SwearingComedyTragedyRomanceSurreal
CastF3 M3 (minimum 6)
Mark(20s) Chadwick (70s) Emma (70s) Sheila (20s) Brian 20's)
ProductionAn open stage representing a downstairs flat with minimum set dressing and props See production notes in the script.
StatusAvailable for performance
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DIE AND LET LIVE.docTue, 7th Oct 2008Full ScriptAvailable to print: £0.00Download here
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Professional PerformanceUp to 600 seats. EEC Countries.£45.00 per performance
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Christopher Hails

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.


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