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John Timperley. Long standing lyricist, turned playwright. Now enjoying collaboration at the performing level, rather than the creative

 

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Kennedy: The Thousand Days
Book and lyrics by John Timperley.
Music by Richard Storry.

The story of John F Kennedy's presidency in terms of his family relationships, the Cuban Missile Crisis, and his interaction with Martin Luther King.

A full length, medium sized production, in a minimal set. Cast of four principals and ten other players.

Showcased at The Jermyn Street Theatre in November 1999.

Full production with five piece orchestra and synthesised music, performed at Hampton Hill Playhouse in June 2002.

Three RUTAC Drama Award Nominations.

 

Soixante Neuf

A sprightly bachelor of sixty nine years, is able to "accommodate" a brilliant young female writer, who has been emotionally bruised by her earlier friendships. Her sprightly mother is not amused. At first.

A full length, single set, three hander, in two acts.

Performed to full houses at the Studio Theatre, Hampton Hill Playhouse in February 2002.

Currently, under consideration for an awl reading.

 

Thicker than Water

A highly dynamic, and monetarily successful business woman, is appalled by her university educated daughter's wayward lifestyle and seeming collapse into drugs. In imprisoning her daughter at home to detox her, the mother finds herself imprisoned and is forced to confront her own failings.

A full length, single set, three hander, in two acts.

awl reading in February 2002:

 

€UNITY

A streetwise and womanising Londoner is host to his two long standing friends from Europe - a wealthy, wife savaged but still frisky German, and an irascible, opinionated and aromatic restaurant owner from Paris.

Apart from having sex, Formula 1 racing, football and drinking in common, they discover another mutual interest, in the form of the host's cleaning lady's daughter - an attractive and talented investment banker.

Another Treaty of Versailles?

A full length, single set, five hander, in two acts.

Act one of €unity was read at awl in January 2004.

 

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