Heirloom

A monologue. Published in One on One: The Best Men’s Monologues for the 21st Century I get asked about this a lot – is it from a longer play? The answer is no – it’s just a monologue. The full text is below.
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Events with Life’s Leftovers

Written by Alberto Villarreal Diaz Translated from the Spanish by Andy Bragen Translation commissioned by the Lark Theatre for their US-Mexico Playwrights Exchange in 2006. Reading at Aurora Theatre in Berkeley, CA, as part of the Global Age Project 2008.
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Tabataba

Written by Bernard-Marie Koltes Translated from the French by Andy Bragen Translation commissioned by inparentheses theatre, with the support of Etant Donnes, the French-American Fund for the Performing Arts. Reading, June 2002. Reading May 2003, directed by Richard Kimmel, as part of
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Back to the Desert

Written by Bernard-Marie Koltes Translated from the French by Andy Bragen Cast of fourteen (nine male, five female) Translation commissioned by inparentheses theatre, with the support of Etant Donnes, the French-American Fund for the Performing Arts. Reading, June 2002. Reading May 20
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The Sadness of the Limes

Written by Veronica Bujeiro Translated from the Spanish by Andy Bragen Translation commissioned by the Lark Theatre for their US-Mexico Playwrights Exchange in 2007.
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Women in a Holy Mess

Written by Ai Nagai Translated from the Japanse by Yuka Ando and Kyoko Yoshida American adaptation by Andy Bragen Translation commissioned by Minneapolis’ Playwrights Center. Presented at the Playwrights Center in July 2007. Reading with the Japan Society in February 2010. This
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Mosesville

Written in 2002 Cast of seven (five male, two female) Mosesville, a black comedy, takes place in a crumbling vertical city-state run by the aging autocrat Robert Moses. A rebellion brews in Mosesville’s subterranean depths, with plagues bubbling up from down below. When Robert Moses a
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Sweet Dreams of Paris

Written 2004-2005 Cast of six (four male, two female) Living in a nowhere town, Red Jane dreams of Paris, and Leo promises to take her there. Sweet Dreams of Paris is a dark comedy about fantasies and lies and the desire for a fresh start. Received a workshop production in the Brown/T
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Spuyten Duyvil

Written 1997-2008 Cast of four (Three male, one female) Faced with demanding relationships and difficult ambitions, Buddy Starlight and Lisa Martinez are struggling to keep their heads above water. Their only hope, they soon find out, lies in each other; but to keep this hope alive, b
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Food Porn

Written 2005-2006 Cast of Five (Three female, two male) Received a workshop production in the Brown/Trinity New Plays Festival 2006. The director of the production was Geordie Broadwater. Readings with Minneapolis’ Emigrant Theater, and Rattlestick Theater. On a snowy night in C
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