R.I.P. Maria Callas
Monologues for theatre and radio. "Highly recommended" Sue Dunderdale, Head of M.A. Studies at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and first director of RIP MARIA CALLAS. Included - R.I.P. MARIA CALLAS. A tragi-comic monologue about a man who loves opera and public lavatories and comes to accept his gayness too late. THE STANDARD BEARER. A beleaguered Shakespearean actor on tour in West Africa. THE LIMO FROM HELL. The rise and fall of a male model. plus radio monologues commissioned for performers such as Dora Bryan, Bernard Cribbins and Paul Scofield on subjects ranging from a woman who accompanied the silent movies to a dying hero of the Armada, a defrosted Ice Man and a disgruntled Santa Claus.
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