The Office Plays

The Office Plays Two Full Length PlaysComedyCharacters male femalsInteriorAt the start of a typical day in the Northeast Office Beverly deals effortlessly with ringing phones and her colleague s romantic trouble

  • Title: The Office Plays
  • Author: Adam Bock
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 120
  • Format: None
  • Two Full Length PlaysComedyCharacters 2 male, 2 femalsInteriorAt the start of a typical day in the Northeast Office, Beverly deals effortlessly with ringing phones and her colleague s romantic troubles But the appearance of a charming rep from the Central Office disrupts the friendly routine And as the true nature of the company s business becomes apparent, The ReceptioTwo Full Length PlaysComedyCharacters 2 male, 2 femalsInteriorAt the start of a typical day in the Northeast Office, Beverly deals effortlessly with ringing phones and her colleague s romantic troubles But the appearance of a charming rep from the Central Office disrupts the friendly routine And as the true nature of the company s business becomes apparent, The Receptionist raises disquieting, provocative questions about the consequences of complicity with evil.Characters 2 male, 6 femaleDark ComedyInteriorThe Obie Award winning dark comedy about work, thunder and the mysterious things that are happening on the 9th floor of a big law firm When a group of temps try to discover the secrets that lurk in the hidden crevices of their workplace, they realize they would rather believe in gossip and rumors than face dangerous realities Bock starts you off giggling, but leaves you with a chill Time Out New York a delightfully paranoid little nightmare that is both chillingly realistic and pointedly absurd than anything John Grisham ever dreamed up New York Times

    One thought on “The Office Plays”

    1. It was so impossible to read The Thugs, but I am glad I did. Ridiculous, but I bought it. Four stars. The Receptionist was a breeze, but maybe too breezy? All the pieces fit so close and tight and neat. Three.

    2. I actually only read The Thugs. They must use the word "comedy" loosely. Found this interesting and worth reading for inspiration's sakee clipped language I'm sure will surface in my writing at some point . . .

    3. "The Receptionist" is the one I'll remember, and, sadly, feels more relevant now than it did just a few weeks ago.

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