3 Football Stories of Men behaving Badly during the Super Bowl.

JANEY SMITH: A FOOTBALL FAN MONOLOGUE by Asher Wyndham | A virtual play reading (explicit)’

Please note: there is adult language and themes including explicit language, sex act description, and the realities of sex work in America

Janey Smith is a Vikings fan and she’s ready for Super Bowl week. An entire week of sex in houses around Minneapolis. She wants to make sure she gets paid what she deserves–so she can provide for her baby. Part of the second volume of SOME AMERICANS: SOME MONOLOGUES.

.Genre: drama, tragedy
Subject Matter Keywords: prostitution, Sex, football, Super Bowl, NFL, women, motherhood, sex workers, Vikings, Football fans
Length: ten minutes
Narrative Attributes: Centers Female Characters

Asher Wydham

About Asher Wyndham
Website: http://www.robotwriter.co​ Twitter: https://twitter.com/asherwyndham

Asher Wyndham (he/him/his) is an American/Canadian playwright. His plays have been produced and staged read all over the United States, also Canada, England, Costa Rica, Denmark, and Australia. Theatres that have developed his work include Theatre InspiraTO in Toronto; Movement Theatre Company in NYC; Wordsmyth Theater Company and Mildred’s Umbrella in Houston. In 2010 he was awarded the John Cauble Award for Outstanding Short Play and a fellowship to the Eugene O’Neill National Playwrights Conference from the Kennedy Center, and a mainstage reading and the Holland New Voices Award from the Great Plains Theatre Conference in Omaha. He has been a semi-finalist for the Eugene O’Neill Playwrights Conference and a national finalist for the David Cohen Award from the Kennedy Center’s ACTF. His short plays are published by Original Works Publishing, Smith & Kraus, Dramatic Publishing, and Applause. He studied playwriting under the late Lanford Wilson at the Edward Albee New Playwrights Workshop at the University of Houston. He lives in Arizona. ​

The Redemption of a Football Widow by Hank Kimmel

(Warning: References Suicide)

A woman threatens to kill herself during the 1991 Super Bowl, and her husband, a life-long New York Giants fan, is caught between divided loyalties.

Starring: Jon and Jess Roberts
Written by: Hank Kimmel
Directed by Scott Olson
Produced by A. J. Campbell, Quarantine Players
Genre: comedy, dark comedy Subject Matter Keywords: comedy, football, New York Giants, troubled marriage

A virtual Play Reading by the Quarantine Players It’s the waning moments of the AFC Championship Game, and MECO, a life-long Jets fan who watches the game on TV, must decide if the price to win is worth paying.

Adam Frost-Venrick as Dan
Adam Ressa as Meco

Written by: Hank Kimmel
Directed by Scott Olson
Produced by A. J. Campbell, Quarantine Players
Genre: comedy, dark comedy Subject Matter Keywords: comedy, football, JETS, dogs, football fan, the devil

Hank Kimmel

About the playwright, Hank Kimmel
Website: http://www.hankkimmel.com

New Play Exchange https://newplayexchange.org/users/231…

Hank Kimmel (also known as Henry W. Kimmel) is an Atlanta-based playwright who is a founding member and serves as board president for Working Title Playwrights, an Atlanta-based theatre company dedicated to the development of playwrights and new plays. Hank also serves as the board president for the Alliance for Jewish Theatre (www.alljewishtheatre.org). Hank has been a long-time member of the Dramatists Guild. Always aspiring to craft deeper and more meaningful work, Hank has written dozens of plays of various lengths, mostly addressing people’s obsession with status and money, including his own. Hank also works as a dramaturg.

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