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Script – Par For The Course

Script – Par For The Course

Par For The Course written by Peter Gordon
Published by Josef Weinberger Plays
3F, 3M

From the publishers:

Captain’s Day at the Seven Lakes Golf Club gets off to a bad start when the men’s Captain is indisposed. Club secretary, Simon, relishes the chance to take over but is soon thwarted by the arrival of Vice-Captain, Nick, and his girlfriend, Tiffany. Lady Captain, Fran, and enthusiastic but hopeless Barry add to the confusion as a series of disasters mount. With the unexpected arrival of Simon’s wife, Laura, things go from bad to worse. Set on the clubhouse patio, the characters soon discover that personal relationships OFF the course are more dangerous than the hazards ON it – love or loathe golf, it will never seem quite the same again!

Peter Gordon, whose first play was published in 1990, is one of the UK’s most popular playwrights. His plays have enjoyed great success, appealing to audiences world-wide. The Inspector Pratt trilogy – spoofs of the Agatha Christie genre of whodunnits – have been described as “deliciously wicked” and “hilarious and very clever”. Collectively, Murdered to Death, Secondary Cause of Death and Death By Fatal Murder have had over one thousand professional and amateur tours/productions in the UK and overseas, including USA, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand.

Peter’s modern comedies include The Reunion, Out of Focus, Third Week in August, Generations Apart, Seeds of Doubt, and the one act play Slim Chance. Peter has also written the television adaptation of Generations Apart. He now lives near York.

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2 Responses to Script – Par For The Course

  1. As far as I’m aware Josef Weinberger do not supply reading copies. It might be worth checking your local libary.

    This is one of the big problems facing amateur theatre groups, having to spend money to read to a script to see if it’s suitable for them. My group use the library and are very reluctant to buy scripts, perhaps the big boy publishers are missing a trick here!

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