"The Hawkeye Ladies" was presented in 2012 at the O-Town Talent Show at Bridge View Center in Ottumwa. It was a huge hit there. It is an Iowa-centric play, so it would go over well in a theatre based in Iowa or a theatre in an area where there happens to be a lot of Iowa Hawkeye fans. It might also go over quite well as part of the entertainment for a Hawkeye event, such as an I-Club gathering or some type of pep rally or pregame party.
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Dream A Little Dream
that's the stuff
a short choral reading adventure
WOMAN ONE Dreams about musicians
WOMAN TWO Dreams about athletes
WOMAN THREE Dreams about movie stars
WOMAN FOUR Dreams about washing clothes
RUNNING TIME: 10 minutes
TIME AND PLACE
The edge of consciousness, when you close your eyes
"Everything goes quiet, and just like that, it's just him and me."
-- WOMAN ONE
Four women. Four VERY sexy and very romantic dreams. But what's the deal with WOMAN FOUR? She's not playing this game right. Her dream is just a little bit TOO realistic.
Produced by The Davis County Players as a part of Voices Carry, a production of one-act plays produced by the Davis County Fine Arts Council in Bloomfield, Iowa, in March of 2009.
Discovery Coast Theatre Group, Agnes Water, Australia, Summer 2012
High school forensics team, Lodi, Wisconsin, Spring 2012
M.L. Little Theatre, Ocala, Florida, Spring 2013
Production rights for DREAM A LITTLE DREAM are currently available through Production Scripts of contact James Grob directly.
in heaven there is no beer
BREANNE A middle-to-senior aged female Hawkeye fan.
MADDIE A middle-to-senior aged female Hawkeye fan.
CHANDRA A middle-to-senior aged female Hawkeye fan.
RUNNING TIME: 20-25 minutes.
TIME AND PLACE
A bar somewhere in Iowa during a fall football Saturday.
"If there's one thing America needs, it's farmers."
SYNOPSIS: Three middle-to-senior aged women sit in a sports bar and watch an Iowa Hawkeye football game on television as they converse. It becomes hilariously clear that the three have absolutely nothing at all in common, and really cannot agree on anything at all in the world, other than a love for Iowa Hawkeye football. In fact, were it not for Iowa Hawkeye football, the three women would likely be mortal enemies.
O-town Talent Show, at Bridge View Theatre, Ottumwa Iowa, March 2012.
Contact JAMES GROB for production rights to THE HAWKEYE LADIES.