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TALKING TO STRANGERS by Martha Patterson

23 Jun 2012 4:54 AM | Anonymous
TALKING TO STRANGERS was first produced Off-Off-Broadway by Love Creek Productions. It is a one act comedy set in New York City, about a young man and woman who meet by accident on a bench in Central Park. Anne’s boyfriend has just knocked her into a fountain and she enters dripping wet. At first put off by her openness, Harry, a friendly but quiet graphic artist, seeks to end the conversation quickly, but then finds Anne more interesting as she reveals her insecurities to him, and they develop a friendship through a long conversation about their jobs, love lives, dates with celebrity look-alikes, and loss of virginity. At the end of the play Harry invites Anne to spend the night on a sofa in his apartment, just to get away from her boyfriend – but will Anne accept his invitation? Paperback. Available on Amazon, and by phone from JAC Publishing: 781-272-2066 or at joe@jacneed.com.
Published 2010.

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