|A NIGHT AT THE OLDHAM'S|
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|Synopsis||In this parody of WHO AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF when a young couple are invited to the home of some new acquiantances for drinks they learn some rather startling lessons in the attitudes and values of the '70s.|
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STEVEN OLDHAM, A literature professior, late 50s, well worn but 'distinguished'
SUZIE OLDHAM, His wife, 60, once pretty, but now the remains of a self-indulgent life
FENTON NEWMAN, A professor of genetics, 30, handsome, shy
HILARY NEWMAN, His wife, 28, a High School Teacher, ambitious, bold
|Production||THe entire play takes place in the middle-clas livingroom of the Oldham's|
|Status||Available for performance|
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George Freek's plays have been produced in Chicago, Milwaukee, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Denver, Pittsburgh, Atlanta and New York, as well as by numerous colleges and high schools. He has received grants from the Illinois Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts and has served as Playwright-i-Residence at Southern Liinois UNiversity and Southern Methodist University. HIs play WAITING FOR JULIA has been published by Playscripts, Inc.. CONCERTO GROSSO has also been published by JAC Publishing and THE STRANGER IN STANLEY'S ROOM has been published by the Aviar Press.