Three Plays.

One Title.

One Couch. One Desk

Four Women.

Four Men.

No set.

Read on …

Changing 1:

One appointment. One funeral home. Three funerals to arrange … or so the three women think.
When it comes to arranging your husband’s funeral, it’s a job many women would face with trepidation.
Some fear it.
Some want it to be over.
Some can’t wait.
Some see an opportunity.
‘Changing 1’ explores how a simple but daunting task might have an obvious objective, but meeting others in the same circumstance can change all of that.
And changing in more ways than one would think.

Changing 2:

One shopping trip. 
One changing room. 
One hour to wait ... or so the men think.
When it comes to clothes shopping and accompanying women on them, many men have the attention span of a wood lice. 
Some are resilient.
Some have coping strategies.
Some enjoy it.
Some abandon hope.
A salutary lesson of when three unacquainted husbands are left unattended and unsupervised whilst their wives 'try it on', they will do the same ... and changing in more ways than one would think.

Changing 3:

Keith has an appointment. But might not actually have an appointment where he thinks he has an appointment. Simple really.

Lisa can’t find the appointment so there isn’t an appointment. That’s pretty straightforward then.

But life isn’t always organised and about being at the appointed place at the appointed time. And when someone bimbles into your life they can change a life of order to chaos – but that cycle is needed to find order again. And Lisa is about to find out just that. Confused? Not as much as Keith and Lisa.