| All Change For Valhalla|
|Author|| LORENZO, Mike - Other Plays by this Author - Contact Author|
|Synopsis||When womaniser John Clubwell takes a married lady back to his flat for a night of passion, he thought she would be hot stuff, but she proved to be too hot to handle and poor John suffers a heart attack and finds himself in Heaven where he meets some strange and weird people. A glamorous Doctor's receptionist, a camp keeper of the robes,a domineering owner of a Heavenly marriage bureau and many more. Is it all a dream? Will it come right for |John in the end? Will there be a twist in the end?|
Reception Angel, Male. John. Thirties Male. Doctor's Receptionist, Young glaerous Female.Doctor, Older Male. Clerk, Female. Eldergard, Older Male. Sebastian, Middle aged Male. Cassandra Female. Police Angel, Male.Girlfriend, Young and attrative.
|Production||Most of the play is set in Heaven (Clouds etc.) A small side set with bed and screen) Some sound effects required. can be produced on an almost bare stage or in elaborate sets.|
|Status||Available for performance|
|ISBN||1 84094 392 0|
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|All Change for Valhalla.pdf||Mon, 6th Jan 2014||full Script||Available to print: £1.00|
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www.plays4theatre.com (for other licences please contact the Author)|
|Amateur Performance||Up to 600 seats. EEC Countries.||One Act Comedy/Farce||£10.00 per performance|
| Mike Lorenzo|
Mike began his career in the theatre as Stage Manager at Lincoln (UK), progressing rapidly to become an actor performing in plays, musicals, and pantomimes throughout the country. Mike also appeared in cabaret at many venues in England and abroad as well as on cruise liners.
Mike's love of writing came to fruition when he retired from the theatre, and he has now published Allison's Summer, a children's story set in factual surroundings amongst true-life landmarks that takes the reader back to a more gentle and peaceful era. He has also written and had performed to critical acclaim two plays: All Change for Valhalla, and A Farce Too Far.
Now living on the peaceful Lincolnshire coast with his wife and the occasional visits from family