Man Trouble, two one-act plays



August 19th – September 16th
Saturdays at 5pm & Sundays at 5:30pm



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Written by David Macaray
Directed by Phil Brickey



"FOOD COURT
A man (Kyle) and woman (Kitty) are serendipitously thrown together at—of all places—a funeral home. They are there to view a body. The deceased is Kitty’s cousin and Kyle’s best friend. After chatting, they realize they are not only attracted to each other, but have a great deal in common. Is this the beginning of a budding romance? Or is it something else? They’re in a funeral home….so it’s something else.

“DISCOUNT MURDER”
We meet Mr. Norman Fairchild, the world’s most inexpensive professional assassin. He works
cheap, he works clean, he works fast, and most importantly, he works smart. And because he
works smart, his services are always in demand, which is why a local building contractor has
come calling. By the end of the play, the assassin and the client have learned a time-honored
lesson: Money isn’t everything.