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Y-Fronts

by

Max India

Read by awl on Monday 7th March 2005

 

A short parallel play set in the same time frame as Max India’s Knickers but set, this time, in ‘The Archers’, a gay-oriented pub that has been hired as the only one available to celebrate the Stag night for Brian, the railway ticket collector engaged to Chaz, featured in the other play.

The group of men invited, mostly friends of the prospective Father-in-Law, find this an uncomfortable experience and, along with a mischief making female stripper, a gay barman and a reluctant centre-fold, one that can only end in mayhem.

George Clegg
Market Tradesman in his forties
Stocky Eastender
A pleasant man, relieved to have a night away from his bossy wife
Brendan Gregory
Brian Tilley
Mid-20’s. Ticket collector
at one of the Big Terminuses
Large, dim lad
The Bridegroom-to-be
Peter Saracen
Kelvin Knight
20’s going on teen-age
Camp, thin and waspish
Not afraid to speak his mind
Tyler Friedman
Stanley Bingham
Mid-20’s. Muscular and proud of it
Stall Holder 2nd.Hand Discs
Good-looking with a big physique
Muscle-brained, too
Phil Gerrard

Bekko Bingham
Mid-20’s. Stanley’s younger brother
Semi-professional footballer
A wide boy with a hint of sibling rivalry

David Hampshire
Bill Howarth
Late 40’s. Bearded and balding builder
Bluff, bearded and phlegmatic. Deep voice
Gregory Cox

Ian Williamson
Mid-40’s. Taxi-driver
Prides himself for being blunt
Permanent cloth cap

Mike Goodenough

Zack Manners
Early 50’s, ex-copper
Growling, surly, chip-on-his-shoulder
Underlying panic

Harold Saks

Perry Styles
Early 20’s Punk. Brother of the Bride
Aggressive, spoiling for a fight
Prime example of disaffected Youth

Andrew Heart

Frederika Healey, Aka Foxy Fred
Late 30’s. Female stripper
An unexpected nutcase
Red wig and a skinny figure
Been on the circuit more years than she cares to remember and resents it

Francesca Wilde

Directed by

Andrew Heart

 

 

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