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The Sum of All Parts

A play for the stage! A cross between a Platonic dialogue, a Shakespearean comedy, and American Pie. Features 7 major characters, hero and villain, 2 romantic subplots, a TV smashing, descructible stage and object avalanche, a green orb of power, a waltz, a song, and a swordfight.

The final draft was completed in March of 2015. This is a sample, featuring pgs. 19-34 of Act I. The total play runs 88 pages, which (line for line) equates to 3/4 of the length of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”. Enjoy! And tell your friends and compatriots.

 

The Sum of All Parts – preview

 

2 Comments

  1. I can’t hear anhntiyg over the sound of how awesome this article is.

  2. Once we have a good sense of the whole, then it becomes appropriate for us to take a close look at all the small parts that make up the whole.

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