Three one act plays but all with the same title … ‘Changing’.
The plays bring three very different scenarios: a funeral home, a department store and a surgery.
And with them, three contrasting situations: Eric, Ron and Wayne are waiting for their wives who are trying on clothes; Alison, Joyce and Kate are waiting to arrange their husband’s funerals and then there’s Keith, who thinks he is waiting for an appointment but Lisa can’t find his appointment so there isn’t an appointment and worse, he doesn't exist! Confused? Not as much as Keith and Lisa.
The three plays journey through how three unconnected, yet everyday circumstances can change into something very different; providing disparate strangers with an unexpected affinity and an understanding of themselves which changes them forever into very different people - but hopefully, with a fair amount of laughter along the way!
‘Changing’: three new one act comedies from the writer of ‘Where is the life?’, ‘Soul without end’, ‘Is there anybody there?’ and most recently ‘The King’s Orphan.’
One doctor's surgery.
What could possibly be simpler?
Keith has an appointment but 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 walks into your life and ordered work regime, they can change a life of order to chaos; but sometimes that change is needed to find the life you need.
Confused? Not as much as Keith and Lisa.