Drama. A one-act play by Donald C. Drake. After a lifetime of being unable to get an emotional response from her father, a lap dancer tries to taunt her father into responding by providing increasingly torrid descriptions of the work she does.
The Machine Gun
Satire. A one-act play by Donald C. Drake. No one in the gated community ever paid any attention to Alexander and he intended to do something about it with a .50-cal. machine gun he was building.
Rape of Mary Jane
– Drama – A one-act play by Donald C. Drake. Lined up in their fraternity house, the frat boys had increasingly violent sex with a drunken sorority girl, raising the question of when does sex play become rape.
Firefighter for God
A 10-minute play – A Jehovah’s Witness rings a young couple’s doorbell and warns that their third floor is on fire and will burn down their house because they don’t believe. They angrily rebuff him until they hear the sirens of the fire engines.
Just as the GPS guides motorists along their travels, so does a DPS guide two people on a first date, by discretely alerting them to when they’ve gone too far or not far enough.
A 10-minute drama – A fight promoter, well aware of the public’s lust for gore, tries to get the governor to let him televise executions. The governor rejects the idea until the promoter starts talking money.
Layover in LaGuardia
A 10-minute play – Two former lovers meet in an airport. The woman is ecstatic to see the man again and eager to reminisce about old times. The man tries desperately to find out who this woman is, without revealing that he has forgotten her and their affair.