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After The Dream

    by Bev Clark


       

Synopsis

Drama Play Script: 'After The Dream' by Bev Clark

A modern sequel to A Midsummer Night’s Dream, this comedy-drama brings a new twist to an old tale.

Dee and Helen are celebrating their twentieth anniversary with their best friends Mia and Sandy. Dee and Helen are blissfully happy. Sandy and Mia are on the verge of a divorce. Into this Midsummer Eve’s party come three new-age travellers; Ron, Tanya and their son Robin.

As the evening progresses, it is clear that these strange gate-crashers have come on a mission to right and old wrong and complete some unfinished business.

When Helen and Dee’s daughter Faye arrives, the magic starts to mix with the laughter and wine, until there is a shock announcement which brings them all to their knees.

As the plot thickens, the twist and turns reveal themselves to show the complications of love and some dark secrets. Who really loves who?

By lifting a spell everyone’s hearts are broken and with the coming morning they each have a new destiny and the mysterious travellers leave Fate to guide the mortals into the future.

Shakespeare’s lovers and fairies are given a contemporary twist in this funny, clever comedy that also has a dark modern theme.

Duration

110 mins approx

Characters

(4m, 4f)

  • Dee - (Demetrius) married to Helen
  • Helen - (Helena) celebrating their 20th anniversary
  • Mia - (Hermia) Helen’s best friend
  • Sandy - (Lysander) married to Mia
  • Ron - (Oberon) an Irish Traveller
  • Tanya - (Titania) his wife
  • Robin - (Puck) their son
  • Faye - (Fairy) Dee and Helen’s daughter

       


  • Preview E-Script (After The Dream)
    £0.00 Preview E-Script (After The Dream)
    A free preview script containing a significant part of the full script and provided as a pdf file sized for A4 paper.
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    £3.75 E-Script (After The Dream)
    The full script provided as a pdf file for A4 size paper. You have a maximum of three attempts to download the file within a period of 30 days after the order date. You are licensed to print this once for your personal use...
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    £7.95 Printed Script (After The Dream)
    A printed script provided as an A5 paperback acting edition. You are licensed to use this for your personal use. If you want to make multiple copies for use at rehearsals, a Script Copying Licence is required in addition...
  • Script Copying Licence (After The Dream)
    £14.99 Script Copying Licence (After The Dream)
    If you've bought an e-script or a printed script, this licence permits you to make copies of it for rehearsal use.  PLEASE NOTE: The licence will be e-mailed to you as an A4 pdf file - it is not instantly downloadable...
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