My Dramedy Rebecca Buckley

ISBN: 9780983834380

Published: May 1st 2012

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436 pages


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My Dramedy  by  Rebecca Buckley

My Dramedy by Rebecca Buckley
May 1st 2012 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 436 pages | ISBN: 9780983834380 | 5.64 Mb

Rebecca Buckleys collection of plays - stage and screen - is an electric assortment of drama and comedy writing. Although she says she doesnt claim to write comedy, the comedic subtleties are there just the same, as in real life. MY DRAMEDYMoreRebecca Buckleys collection of plays - stage and screen - is an electric assortment of drama and comedy writing. Although she says she doesnt claim to write comedy, the comedic subtleties are there just the same, as in real life.

MY DRAMEDY includes: George & Lottie - (picking it up from where Willie Russell left off in Educating Rita) Ms. Buckley felt compelled to write the ending she felt it should have had in Mr. Russells play, being the romantic that she is. In her play, the two main characters meet again after 20 years.

Opposite Ends of the Rainbow - a take on Ms. Buckleys May - December romance with Mr. Buckley during a tumultuous courtship. Some is true, some is not . . . in either case it makes for an entertaining whirlwind of a relationship. Peace in the Valley - another partly-true story, with more poetic license taken than in Rainbow. About a woman under tremendous stress who runs away from L.A.

and responsibilities to where no one knows her, searching for she knows not what. A surprise awaits her in Montana. Cafe Dustyefsky - a drama with music (music and lyrics by Don Dominguez), a story based on the piano bar days during the 80s in Santa Monica.

Days and nights that are forever etched in Ms. Buckleys heart and memory. Says those were her best times, when piano bars were alive and in abundance. Rocky Rhodes - an aging Hollywood hooker who wins the lottery and fulfills her promise to God if hed let her win. She manages to win over the judge in the L.A. juvenile court division, and takes juveniles into her Beverly Hills mansion to rehab.

The neighbors are in an uproar and the head of social services is livid, fighting her at every turn, he says once a hooker, always a hooker. Little Katie McMullen - about the life of British novelist Catherine Cookson, an incredible woman with an incredible life. One of the most prolific writers of the 20th century.



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