SOON ON STAGE

DOORS

Theatre play in 2 acts  by Pasquale M Palmieri


Incipit


Five individuals find themselves in a waiting room coming from different doors, unaware of what and who is expecting them on the other side.
As each character's story unfolds, the play challenges the perceptions and beliefs hiding behind their common world of illusion...

Soon on stage... stay tuned!

 


 

EGO

Theatre play in 2 acts by Pasquale M Palmieri


Incipit


Fictitious court case of a man who takes his EGO to court in order to obtain a permanent restraining order. The play is set in an imaginary courtroom in the town of Pukkasbourgh, somewhere on our globalised planet. The characters on stage are the man himself, his lawyer, the EGO's lawyer, a courtroom clerk, an old judge, three witnesses and a five-person jury (formed by volunteers from the audience) who will determine the final verdict, in favour or against the restraining order...

Soon on stage... stay tuned!

 


 

BLOOPERS

Theatre play in 2 acts by Pasquale M Palmieri

The most idiotic play ever written.

 

Incipit

 

Seven actors arrive at the theatre for an 8.00pm sharp rehearsal of a Molière play, but the director doesn't show up. They decide to begin rehearsing anyway, get quickly bored and start to improvise short skits about several "bloopers" they find in the way we have organised our life in the Western World. Spanning from relationships, sex, the creation as explained by science and religion, to finance, politics and old age...


Presentation Reading performed @ Alex Theatre ST.K directed by Mimmo Mangione, starring Alex Rouse, Anna Marais, Dominik Shields, Josh Massarotti, Katherine Innes, Renee Kypriotis, Ryan Stuart and Tim Williams... Saturday 1 June 2019

 


 

FLORENCE 0.9

Theatre play in 2 acts by Pasquale M Palmieri


Incipit


Florence is a teenage girl whose life is shattered by her parents' divorce. The number 0.9, as in software development, refers to "work in progress" made available as a Beta trial version not yet ready as 1.0 full release. Florence's ordeal begins with a sour turn in her parents' relationship, leading to their dramatic separation and divorce. The play undresses three irremediably splintered lives, exposing the alternation of feel good moments with sad tugs to the heart...

Soon on stage... stay tuned!

 


 

THE VOYAGE OUT

Theatre play in 3 acts by Pasquale M Palmieri


Incipit


The return journey of the Orion spaceship to Earth's colonies on Mars in a world of the foreseeable future, where AI and digital corporations run the planet. Every tech gadget's name is preceded by a lower case letter "i", and anyone involved in the AI World Government by the word "cyb". A mysterious turmoil is agitating the settlers in the colonies and four special women are sent to Mars with separate briefs to investigate and report. Something unexpected is discovered, finally unveiling the true secret hiding behind the mission...

Soon on stage... stay tuned!

 


 

LIE (to and down)

Farcical theatre play in 2 acts by Pasquale M Palmieri
Art costume design by Sunni Palm.

 

Incipit

 

Jacky Thomson, an aged man, is summoned by Death, engaging in a monologue/dialogue taking place before the ritual pick-up for the last social event. First and second act delve in the old man’s life, recalling several moments, hopes, expectations, disillusions and the occasional lie offered by society. Until an unexpected twist at the very end of the play effects the protocol leading to the last moment before lying forever...,


Soon on stage... stay tuned! 

 


 

 

 

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02.07 | 13:48

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