“Don’t Drink The Bath Water”

Posted: August 7, 2010 in Uncategorized

A short 1 Act play set at about midnight at a bus stop in a large unnamed metropolis. This has long dialogue between 2 characters, Machavelli and Rasputan, trivializing over the origins and fate of the businesses across the street. Thier rhetoric of existentialist, logical, evolutionary and soulless survival is mitigated at the plays end by a character named Moses confining them in the small box by which they deserve with the line…”thou art fools.”

=”Don’t Drink The Bath Water” is a 2007 1 Act play by Paul Marshall. It can be seen in his book “I See Palm Trees Walking” c. 2009


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