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     Angel (M, 40-60) a priest agonises over his sexuality

     Ben & Joe's (M 40 - 60) a middle-aged man describes a quiet gay bar

     Los Feliz (M late 20s / early 30s) a salesman talks about women

     Now We Are Pope (M 50s) a cantankerous man alone in his room

     Sunset (W 60+) a grandmother remembers a crisis in her married life

     Tadzio Speaks . . . (M 50+) a middle-aged man remembers a fateful summer

Angel  by Martin Foreman

ISBN 978-0-9933546-2-5
soft cover, 51pp

"four stars . . . well-written script tackling hefty issues" broadwaybaby.com
Californian Lives by Martin Foreman

ISBN 978-0-9933546-3-2
soft cover, 58pp

"utterly convincing portraits of love" Broadway World
Now We Are Pope by Martin Foreman

ISBN 978-0-9933546-0-1
soft cover, 45pp

"eloquent and insightful
. . . wonderfully believable"
Everything Theatre
Tadzio Speaks . . .  by Martin Foreman

ISBN 978-0-9933546-1-8
soft cover, 52pp

"words always deeply poetic"
Views from the Gods

Martin Foreman is the author of two novels (Weekend and The Butterfly's Wing) and two short story collections (A Sense of Loss and First and Fiftieth) as well as non-fiction and journalism. He began writing for the stage in 2012, with four one-man plays which won the Solo Festival New Writing Award for that year. Other one-(wo)man plays followed and were successfully produced in several theatres in London and at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2013 and 2014. In 2016 he directed J B Priestley's one-act play The Rose and Crown at the Edinburgh Fringe to four-star reviews.


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