Man With A Plan
A 10 minute monologue by Paul Ekert
One male role - Minimal set and/or props

Dan is in love. Truly in love. With a woman who doesn't know he's alive. But Dan isn't the sort of man to let a detail like that get in his way.

This play was performed by Alex Babic at that Ovation Theatre awards where it one Judges choice and came second in the audience vote. Alex received an honorary mention for Best Actor.

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Being Dead
A 10 minute play by Paul Ekert
Two male roles - One female role

Mr Smith finds himself dead but Blueberry the undertaker can still see him. His wife can't though, in fact she seems to have almost forgotten about her poor departed husband as she finds comfort in the arms of a hairy tennis coach. For Mr Smith, Being Dead is just the start of his problems.

This play was performed by Rio Fanning, Richard Ward and Hestor Lott at the Friends Meeting house in November 2011.

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T4-2
A 10 minute play by Paul Ekert

One male & one female - Minimal set and/or props

Nigel is having a bad day. Even in the year 2057 it's possible to have a crap job, a broken marriage and an interfering mother. But is it possible to find a soul mate in a top of the range Android? An unexpected 'Happy Divorce Day' present from Nigel's mother leads him to question the meaning of being alive!

This play was performed at the Fairy Dust Arts night in Oxford in December 2011 by Liz Mente Bishop and ????

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Holding On
A 10 minute play by Paul Ekert

Two male roles - Minimal set and/or props

A playwright gets a bad review and decides to end it all in the cold waters of an isolated and lonely canal. At least it he thought it was isolated and lonely until a dog walker happens on him and both men have to figure out what they really want from the day...

This play was performed in a number of venues, most recently at the Steeple Aston Village Hall by Alan Wight and Carl Tomlinson.

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