A Storyteller attempts to tell an old Japanese folk tale of a brave warrior, a great dragon, and an evil centipede while dodging the running commentary of the Hero and correcting the misunderstandings of the actors and stage crew.
February 2017 - RACT Theatre Productions
by Eric J. McAnallen
A Farce in Two Acts
120 minutes - 4 male - 4 female
Allen Trehern is a writer with problems. His girlfriend, Susan, has left him, his boss, Max, is breathing down his back, a figment of his imagination, Alex, is stuck in his living room, and it is quite possible he has accidentally kidnapped a college professor. Chaos ensues in this two act farce as Allen and Alex try desperately to deal with Allen's runaway imagination and find Alex's Imaginary Exit.
This is a full length play based on a one act I wrote while a student at Carnegie Mellon University. The one act won the Premiere Performances Playwriting contest at Duquesne University and was performed by the Duquesne Red Masquers.